The Scottish Government recently announced that as an interim measure until the road was dualled, average speed cameras will be installed on the entire length of the A9 from Dunblane to Inverness (your report, 30 July). Why?
The section of that road from Dunblane to Perth is already a dual carriageway. Comparison with the installation of such cameras on the A77 are flawed, as the A77 cameras are only installed on the non-dualled section.
Is it the intention to retain these cameras after the A9 dualling is completed as a source of revenue to help pay for the upgrade costs?