The Scottish Government has unveiled details of the next stage of its massive A9 dualling project.
A new junction is planned between Dalwhinnie and Crubenmore.
Infrastructure secretary Keith Brown visited the area to reveal the full range of 15 options for the six-mile stretch.
The project will provide access to the village from the trunk road, as well as linking inot the A889 Dalwhinnie-Laggan Bridge road.
A new crossing of the River Truim would also need to be built.
Plans to make the A9 a dual carriageway between Perth and Inverness are ahead of schedule with new sections of the road set to be ready for dualling by 2017.