Highlands & Islands

Name for new River Ness bridge to go to public vote

Sections of new bridge Image copyright Stuart Black/Highland Council
Image caption A section of the new bridge being lifted by a crane earlier this year

A public vote looks set to decide the name for a new crossing being constructed over the River Ness in Inverness.

The bridge forms part of the city's new West Link road.

Highland Council said it was planning to suggest a number of options for the name and will hold the public vote in the autumn.

The new road will form a link between the A9, A96 and A82 trunk roads.

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