New plan to solve Rest & Be Thankful landslides branded ‘a nonsense’ by campaigners


An announcement by Transport Scotland that it has appointed an engineering firm to design a solution to a dangerous section of the A83 has been sharply criticised by campaigners, who have described it as 'a nonsense'.

The Rest & Be Thankful Campaign (RBTC) said if the Highlands road on the Kintyre peninsula was anywhere else in Europe it would have been rebuilt by now and it has accused the government of insulting hauliers and other businesses.

Last month, the Scottish [...]

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