[20.00 update: A82 north of Corran Ferry now appears to be operating normnally.] The A82 – which was NOT shown as under any restriction on the Traffic Scotland website at the 08.30 rush hour this morning, turns out NOT to have been cleared at all.
The item reappeared on the site later on, showing the hazard warning as at 9th October at 14.46 – as reported here yesterday.
This means that the fault in the Traffic Scotland website – where already listed items get pushed out somehow by the rush hour notices and reappear later- has not been corrected.
This is potentially dangerous where an item displaced in this way is warning of increased risk of landslides at Rest and be Thankful on the A83.
We have been in communication with Transport Scotland over this programming fault. It is disappointing, not to say irresponsible, that it has not yet put right.
The A82, at yesterday’s rockfall site one mile north of Corran Ferry, is still operating on single lane only with temporary traffic lights.