Scotland’s roads

Scotland’s roads

Scotland’s road network has been neglected by the SNP.

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The SNP are rolling back on promises for major road upgrades, such as dualling the A96, as part of their coalition deal with the Greens. The SNP are introducing a parking tax for people driving to work. The Scottish Conservatives are completely opposed to these proposals that will see people pay just for travelling to earn a living.

We would invest in Scotland’s road network. Instead, the Scottish Conservatives would upgrade major roads like the A1, A9, A75, A77, A82, A90 and A96 and begin the work on extending the M8 to six lanes. We would also work on a new road to bypass the A83 Rest and Be Thankful and invest £200 million to repair potholes.

We would deliver an ambitious electric vehicle action plan, with the aim of completing our national charging point infrastructure by 2025. 

We would promote hydrogen powered vehicles and carry a feasibility study on creating a hydrogen network between Inverness and Aberdeen. 

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