The Scottish government is spending an additional £3 million on the A83.
This further investment will be added to the £9 million that has already been spent around the Rest and Be Thankful in recent years to improve resilience and to help keep local communities connected in the event of landslides.
Transport Minister Derek Mackay made the announcement at the latest meeting of the A83 Task Force in Arrochar during an update on how work on the A83 Route Study is progressing.
The extra money will be used to take forward landslide mitigation work in Glen Kinglas and at Strone Point corner.
The Minister said: “The Scottish government is firmly committed to mitigating the effects on landslides on the A83 and this further investment will allow us to take forward more work at the Rest and Be Thankful and at other areas prone to landslides.
“This is a vital route for communities in Argyll. We know how important it is that the road stays in operation to allow people to go about their daily lives and to allow the transfer of goods and services throughout the area.”