A council is pushing for a meeting with the transport minister over a road which has been closed by landslides four times in the last five years.
Drivers are forced to take a 26-mile detour via Tyndrum and Dalmally when the A83 closes at the Rest and Be Thankful pass.
In June, the road was closed when heavy rain brought a high risk of a landslip. It also shut in February and a landslide in December saw the route blocked for a week.
Transport Minister Keith Brown has already announced £1m of funding in an attempt to prevent future incident.
On Tuesday, Argyll and Bute Council said they had written to Keith Brown to ask for a meeting to discuss plans for the road.
They are worried it is impacting on local businesses, many of which rely on the A83 and other roads for access.
Councillor John Semple wants to discuss the solutions for the Rest and be Thankful landslides, along with proposals to upgrade the A85, A83 and the potential closure of the A82.
He said: "The council is committed to working with Transport Scotland officials to develop a clearly defined and integrated strategy which sets out how the roads infrastructure within Argyll and Bute - both trunk roads and local authority roads - can be maintained and improved in forthcoming years to better support the local economy, in the short, medium and longer term.
"In terms of strategic planning, the Council has recognised the requirement to not only upgrade the running surfaces on these routes, but also to make targeted road improvements in terms of road width and improvements to sight lines.
"I am committed to ensuring that Argyll and Bute plays its full part in growing the Scottish Economy, in order to do that we must be better connected."
The area has a lot of renewable businesses and the roads need to be upgraded to allow wind turbines and heavy vehicles along the routes.