Could an underwater tunnel be the solution to Mull’s transport problems?
The idea has been put forward as a way to help visitors get easier acsess to Mull and islanders who commute to the mainland for work. At present, they all depend on the ferry service, which has restricted timetables and can be badly disrupted by bad weather.
Skye has a bridge allowing people to come and go as they please. But Alistair MacDougall, who heads up head of Argyll and Bute Council’s transportation committee, thinks a tunnel, perhaps linking Lochaline on the Movern peninsula and Fishnish, north of Craignure, could be a better option.