Client
HITRANS and The Highland Council
Role
Civil and Transport Engineer
Key info

Accessing Inverness

Civic Engineers have been appointed by Highlands and Islands Transport Partnership (HITRANS) and The Highland Council to carry out feasibility, design, community engagement and public consultation for a project to improve the access routes and entrances to Inverness Rail Station. The project, which will use Civic Engineers’ transport planning and public realm expertise, is funded from the Community Links programme, administered by Sustrans on behalf of Transport Scotland.

The proposals aim to make it easier and safer for pedestrians and cyclists to access the Railway Station from Academy St, Falcon Square and Inverness Bus Station at Farraline Park / Rose Street and to enhance the surrounding streetscape. Options include widening pavements, reducing traffic speeds and introducing streetscape features to enhance the look and feel of the city centre.

Accessing Inverness

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