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Welcome to the A82 Partnership

Campaigning for the Upgrading of the A82 trunk road from Glasgow to Inverness

The A82 Partnership is an umbrella organisation for individuals, businesses, organisations, local and national government, government agencies and anyone else who supports the upgrading of the A82.

Emergency Day Time Closure of A82 at Pulpit Rock

Emergency Day Time Closure of A82 at Pulpit Rock
There will be a day time closure of the A82 at Pulpit on Wednesday and Thursday 18 and 19 December 2013. The closure will be from 08.00 hours until 16.00 hours each day. This is an unplanned closure required to carry out emergency road surfacing repairs at the works site at Pulpit Rock. by
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2013 Year End Report

PRESS RELEASE A82 PARTNERSHIP CAMPAIGN GROUP LOOKS FORWARD …. AND BACK The A82 Partnership, the group campaigning for the upgrading of the A82 between Glasgow and Inverness, are looking forward to 2014 when the results of some of their work will become evident with the opening of the new section of road at Pulpit Rock and the Crianlarich bypass.  Both of these road improvements are due to open by summer 2014. Progress is also hoped for at Glen Gloy where land acquisition procedures and design are progressing. Current planning is that the works at Glen Gloy will begin by mid 2014. During 2013 the...
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A82 at Pulpit Rock reopens after 58 hour full closure

The A82 at Pulpit Rock reopened today at 16.45 hours after a full closure of 58 hours from early Thursday morning. This closure was the result of the major storm on Wednesday night and not the works presently being undertaken at Pulpit Rock. by
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A82 Closed at Pulpit Rock for 3 days

It is hoped that the A82 will reopen on Saturday 7 December after having been fully closed at Pulpit Rock since Thursday morning following trees and rocks being dislodged during Wednesday nights storm. We apologise for  not updating information on this closure earlier but have only been informed of this today, Saturday. by
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