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Motorists warned of delays on A897 Helmsdale to Melvich road

3rd July 2012

The Highland Council will be carrying out a major patching exercise on the A897 between Helmsdale and Kinbrace with work starting on Monday (9 July 2012). The works will be carried out Monday to Friday between 8am to 4pm over a 4 to 5 week period and due to the nature of the work delays of up to 20 minutes can be expected throughout the working day.

While the delays will be inconvenient for travellers, the alternative of complete closure is not an option The Council wishes to impose on the travelling public. Signs will be erected advising of the delays and the Council urges users of the road to plan adequate time for their journeys allowing at least an additional 30 minutes travelling time for the trip.

 

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