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Re: Road Safety Investigation…
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The A837 is a varied road ranging from narrow single-track as it climbs though Strath Oykel to a wide, flowing single carriageway around Loch Assynt and in to Lochinver. This change in character is mainly because of a concerted effort to improve the main coast roads, and funnel west coast traffic onto the A835 through Ullapool, rather than upgrading all of the individual routes in the far north. Much of the road was built in 1823-27 by the county of Sutherland under the
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