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A scheme to encourage people to ride bikes more was officially launched today with a Scottish Government ministerial visit.

 

The I Bike Communities project aims to engage, enable, and motivate…

Aberdeen set to honour Armed Forces past and present

Crowds will line Union Street as Aberdeen welcomes more than 1,000 serving, veteran and cadet force personnel when they parade through the city centre to mark Armed Forces Day.

The City of Aberdeen will welcome more than 1,000…

Aberdeen City Council’s City growth and Resources committee  noted an update on the progress of the delivery of the Bus Partnership Fund projects (Tuesday 21 June).

The Bus Partnership Fund was launched to enable local transport…

Two separate public consultations have started to help the process of identifying options for improving transport connections on the A92 from Bridge of Dee to Bridge of Don and the A944 Aberdeen to Westhill.

The biggest assessment of walking, wheeling, and cycling in Aberdeen has shown that people in the city walk or wheel more frequently than any other form of urban transport.

 

The Walking and…

A 142-year-old fountain in a popular city park has been turned back on– thanks to the fundraising efforts of community groups and the City Council’s Common Good Fund.

Local company W M Donald has been appointed as the main contractor for the planned South College Street Junction Improvements project, it was announced today.

The project includes a package of…

A city centre car park is to get a £1.2million refurbishment including internal decoration of parking areas and stairwells alongside structural repairs, lighting upgrades and improvements, a CCTV upgrade, re-lining, and installation of a new access barrier solution.…

People living or working near Ashgrove Road and Ashgrove Road West are being asked to take part in a consultation which could lead to street improvements for the area.

 

The Ashgrove Connections…

A public consultation has started to help the process of identifying options for improving transport connections on the A96 from Aberdeen to Inverurie.

The UK’s first fuel cell hydrogen waste truck to be put into operation was revealed today in Aberdeen, in a move which continues to accelerate the city’s thriving hydrogen economy.

While typical waste trucks are powered by diesel and petrol, the new waste truck will use green hydrogen…

An international energy company has been approved to be the Joint Venture partner to deliver the ambitious Aberdeen Hydrogen Hub which will build a solar power facility connected to a green hydrogen production and refuelling…