Transport Scotland and their design consultants are holding a virtual public exhibition starting on 17 November to update local communities, cyclists and walkers on the options being taken forward as part of the options appraisal for the Aviemore to Carrbridge Non-Motorised User (NMU) Route Study.
A number of options and sub-options have been identified. These build on the two corridor options previously identified and consulted on at the September 2019 public exhibitions.
Please visit the virtual exhibition at transport.gov.scot/ACNM and give us your feedback on the options.
As part of the public engagement for this scheme, we will also be holding a live online webinar on 24 November at 5pm. You will be able to register for this from 17 November so please visit transport.gov.scot/ACNM from that date.
Please telephone 0755 717 2747 if you have any queries on the options on display or want a hard copy of the virtual exhibition material if you are unable to access the scheme web page.
Further information on the Aviemore to Carrbridge NMU Route Study can be found at: transport.gov.scot/ACNM