A taskforce set up to address problems at a landslip-prone trunk road will meet for the first time on Wednesday.
The A83 at the Rest and Be Thankful in Argyll was closed when around 1000 tonnes of mud and rocks fell on to the road during heavy rain earlier this month - the second such landslip this year.
Transport minister Keith Brown will chair the first meeting in Arrochar.
The taskforce aims to ensure the delivery of an emergency diversion route and a wider study into the permanent solution to the landslides.
Representatives from the haulage industry, tourism sector, Mid Argyll Chamber of Commerce, Argyll and Bute councillors and officials and the trunk road operator, Scotland TranServ, are expected to attend.
Infrastructure secretary Alex Neil visited the site earlier this month to hear about the ongoing disruption to the local economy, particularly during the tourist season.
He said the Scottish Government has already allocated "significant funding" to tackle the problem and was speaking with private landowners with a view to starting work on the emergency route.
Netting designed to stem the flow of debris from the hill above the road will be extended.
Government agency Transport Scotland is in talks to create a diversion route on an old military road below the A83.