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To ask the Scottish Government when Dalcross railway station at Inverness Airport will be completed.


Answered by Keith Brown (04/12/2012):

The reopening of Dalcross Station is currently being developed by Network Rail as part of phase one of the Aberdeen to Inverness Rail Improvements Project. The station is scheduled to be delivered between 2014 and 2019 as specified in the Government’s High Level Output Specification, published on 21 June 2012.

We recognise the economic benefits that a railway station near Inverness airport could deliver to the local community. As such, we will work closely with Network Rail, the Highlands and Islands Transport Partnership and the Highland Council to deliver the station before 2019.


Current Status: Answered by Keith Brown on 04/12/2012
 
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