Transport Scotland

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The expected opening of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) project has been deferred until Autumn 2018 – six months later than planned, economy secretary Keith Brown has confirmed. The consortium tasked with delivering the £745 million project Aberdeen Roads Limited (ARL) said the impac

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A new Masterplan is to be developed to outline a long term vision Edinburgh’s Waverley Station. The Waverley Masterplan will consider the future growth anticipated at the station, the impact of city centre developments on how people use it and how it can play its part in the continued success of S

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Another £80 million is set to be invested into new plans being taken forward for the regeneration of Queen Street Station in Glasgow. Working in partnership with various stakeholders, Scottish Ministers have decided to progress a greatly enhanced development at the North Hanover Street car park sit

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A map showing the path of the new road A new road linking Musselburgh with the new Shawfair community and Danderhall is set to reduce road traffic through Millerhill village by as much as 80% when it opens towards the end of this year.

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Transport Scotland has announced the intention to award a £3.4 million ground investigation contract to Soil Engineering Geoservices Ltd subject to completion of the mandatory standstill period. The work is programmed to start in March and is expected to be on site for a period of 18 weeks.

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The Scottish Government will decide the fate of proposals for 159 new homes on the outskirts of Perth following concerns over the development’s transport links. Councillors were poised to approve the Oudenarde development last week at a meeting of Perth and Kinross Council’s planning and develop

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Carillion workers employed on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) have been offered jobs by its joint venture partners Galliford Try and Balfour Beatty, according to Transport Scotland. The three companies made up the Aberdeen Roads Limited consortium delivering the £550 million section of

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Carillion is part of a coalition delivering the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) Clients and joint ventures partners of collapsed contractor Carillion have taken steps to begin contingency plans after the firm entered compulsory liquidation today.

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A list of 23 jobs which are needed to be done before the Queensferry Crossing project is finally declared finished has been released by Transport Scotland. The works, which are scheduled to take until at least September to complete, include concrete, painting and various maintenance tasks.

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Humza Yousaf A contractor has been selected to take forward ground investigations as part of the work to build a flyover on the busy Sheriffhall junction on the Edinburgh City Bypass.

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SEPA chief executive Terry A'Hearn The consortium building the new Aberdeen bypass has been issued with a £280,000 penalty for a series of silt pollution incidents on the rivers Don and Dee.

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Contractors have identified snagging works which require the lifting of the surfacing around the bridge expansion joints Lane restrictions on the Queensferry Crossing, such as the closure of the southbound carriageway from tonight, will continue over the next 10 months due to “snagging” issues,

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