Unsupported browser

For a better experience please update your browser to its latest version.

Your browser appears to have cookies disabled. For the best experience of this website, please enable cookies in your browser

We'll assume we have your consent to use cookies, for example so you won't need to log in each time you visit our site.
Learn more

Report this comment to a moderator

Please fill in the form below if you think a comment is unsuitable. Your comments will be sent to our moderator for review.
By submitting your information you agree to our Privacy & Cookie Policy.

Report comment to moderator

Required fields.

Headline

Alan Dunlop reveals Celtic crossing concept image

Comment

As you will know Robert, the current travel time from Campbeltown to Glasgow is a minimum of five hours , on a good day, often six. If the Rest and be Thankful is closed, you can add another 70 to 100 miles to the journey. However, if you extend the current A 83 and introduce smaller bridge crossings, short road extensions and tunnel connections, ( like an abridged Norwegian Coastal Highway, which involves an investment of £30bn in the country's infrastructure, crossing 20 fjords, some 600 metres deep, for 680 miles, in a country with a comparable population to Scotland) at Tarbert to Portvadie, then Tighnabruaich and Rhubodach to Colintraive onto Invercholain, then Dunoon across to the A78 then to central belt, journey time will be cut by a minimum of three hours and bypass the Rest and be Thankful. The keynote address ended by calling on the UK, Scottish and Irish Governments to commission a serious feasibility study on both routes, that's where we are at present.

Posted date

6 September, 2018

Posted time

10:52 am

required
required
required
required

Job of the week

AJ Jobs