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Capital costs of Highways Eng…
by jackal View the latest post
Wed Dec 08, 2021 17:03
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The B9177 is the former route of the A9 as it descends into Inverness from the south. The southern end of the route is at the Bogbain dumbbell junction, which now also provides access to the large new housing estates of Milton of Leys, developing on the hills to the south of the Highland Capital.
Heading north from the junction, the B9177 loosely follows the A9 along its eastern side
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