(From Aberdeen Press & Journal)
Transport bosses are facing an angry backlash from residents and businesses as they push ahead with proposals to close Fort William's only link with the south.
The proposed shutdown for repairs to a two-mile stretch of the A82 was shelved earlier this year after protests, but is now back on the agenda with plans for a 17-day overnight closure, possibly in April.
Transport Scotland and its maintenance agency, Transerv, have launched a major consultation programme after meeting with Lochaber councilors and outlining a number of options.
They say closure of the A82 Fort William-Glencoe …