An online consultation has started for a proposed project which would deliver improvements for walking, wheeling, and cycling infrastructure along the A96 from Airport Road to Dyce Drive linking with existing infrastructure.
The Scottish Government-backed A92/A96 Haudagain improvement project opens to traffic today, delivering 500 metres of new dual carriageway, allowing road users in Aberdeen to bypass an area well known for causing significant queues and delays for traffic.
An online consultation is seeking views on existing issues along the A96 corridor, and the kind of opportunities that could be realised in the future. Transport Scotland is seeking a better understanding of how the A96 corridor is used, particularly given the changes to everyone’s lives due to
Highland Council and its multi-agency partners are highlighting the importance of progressing the plans for dualling of the A9 by 2025 and A96 by 2030. The local authority said the economic recovery, prosperity and green future of the region is heavily dependent on connectivity. The Highlands has be
Transport Scotland has made a number of design changes to junctions on the A96 Dualling East of Huntly to Aberdeen project following its engagement with local communities, road users and other stakeholders, with a new junction also proposed at Pitscurry. The design work is continuing in or