Resurfacing on Bridge of Dee roundabout and nearby major roads

Resurfacing on Bridge of Dee roundabout and nearby major roads

Major resurfacing works to repair potholes and deteriorated road surface on the Bridge of Dee roundabout, the Bridge of Dee, and the A92 nearby is to start next week.

Motorists are advised that although there will be a local diversion, they should make use of the city bypass (AWPR) for their journeys while the works are ongoing.

The closure starts on Monday and the work is due to completed, weather and programme depending, within two weeks.

The work is to take place on the A92 from the Bridge of Dee roundabout south-bound to the Charleston flyover with a total closure of the road for the first few days and then opening up the roundabout as work is completed on it.

While the resurfacing the Bridge of Dee roundabout is taking place, Leggart Terrace and South Deeside Road will not have any access from the city side. Motorists normally accessing South Deeside Road will be diverted via the Maryculter bridge and along North Deeside Road.

When the roundabout reopens, traffic will be able to access Great Southern Road and Leggart Terrace to South Deeside Road.

An Aberdeen City Council spokeswoman said: “While the resurfacing works are taking place on this major road and roundabout, motorists are advised to use the city bypass (AWPR) rather than the local diversion.

“We apologise for any inconvenience the closure will cause.”

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