The A9, like the rest of the trunk road network, is subject to wear and tear and a significant proportion of the maintenance budget is spent addressing this in order to maintain the structural integrity of the roads.
Road condition surveys are undertaken annually to ensure best value is achieved from our trunk road maintenance programme. The A9 Transport Scotland’s Operating Company analyses the information obtained and uses this to plan maintenance works across the route.
Further information on how the maintenance programmes are developed can be found at:
For current planned works affecting the route the most up to date information can be found at:
The A9 between Perth and Inverness will be subject to long term roadworks as the dualling programme progresses. This is already evident just south of Aviemore with the construction of the 7.5km Kincraig to Dalraddy stretch which commenced in 2015 and is due for completion in summer 2017. Further information can be found at:
North of Inverness there are proposals to upgrade the stretch of the A9 at Berriedale Braes and the latest information on the progress of this scheme can be found at: