Map of road closures around P&J Live

Temporary traffic restrictions for Offshore Europe

Traffic management arrangements will be in place during the Offshore Europe 2023 exhibition, which takes place in Aberdeen from Tuesday 5 to Friday 8 September at P&J Live. 
Delegates are encouraged to use public transport, walk or cycle as parking at the venue will be restricted to pre-bookings only.  
There are free buses for delegates from park and ride sites at Bridge of Don, Kingswells and Craibstone, and a shuttle service from the Airport to P&J Live and onto Union Square every 20 minutes daily which is free for delegates on presentation of their delegate badge. 
The Offshore Europe bus timetable can be found here: Free bus shuttle services for Offshore Europe 
There may be delays on roads surrounding P&J Live, so  drivers are asked to be patient and allow extra time for your journey.  
A temporary road closure on Dyce Drive, between its junctions with the A96 Inverurie Road and Wellheads Drive will be in place from Sunday 3 to Saturday 9 September.  
The traffic management plan is designed to facilitate easy access for delegates and visitors to the site whilst aiming to minimise the impact of the rest of the road network.  
Parking is prohibited in neighbouring residential areas and City Wardens will be patrolling the area to enforce the measures in place.  
Parking restrictions will affect the following roads between 10am and 4pm on 5, 6, 7 and 8 September 2023. Exemptions will apply to residents’ vehicles with a valid virtual parking permit:  
Auchriny Circle, Bankhead Avenue, Bankhead Road (between Greenburn Drive and Bankhead Avenue), Brimmond View, Craibstone Avenue, Cuthbertson Grove, Cuthbertson Walk, East Side Gardens, Forrit Brae, Greenburn Drive (from U52C Stoneywood Road to Bankhead Avenue), Greenburn Park, Greenburn Road, Heald Road, Heald Street, Hopecroft Avenue, Hopecroft Crescent, Hopecroft Drive, Hopecroft Gardens, Hopecroft Road, Hopecroft Terrace, Hopecroft Walk, Hopetoun Grange, Lade Crescent, Market Street Stoneywood (between its junctions with Wellheads Drive and Stoenywood Road), Millhill Brae, Phoenix Place, Ruthriehill Road, Rowett South Avenue, Rowett South Place, Rowett South park, Rowett South Way, Rowett South Gardens, Rowett South Street, Sclattie Park (between the A96 Inverurie Road and Hopetoun Grange), Stoneyton Cottages, Stoneyton Terrace, U52C Stoneywood Road (from the rail bridge to Bankhead Road) and Waterton Road.  
The following roads will also have no waiting at any time restrictions from 10am on the 3 September until 4pm on the 8 September 2023. No exemption will be in place: 
Market Street Stoneywood (from its western junction with Wellheads Drive to Greenburn Cottage), Hope Farm Road (from the A96 Inverurie Road to the C89C Chapel of Stoneywood-Fairley Road, Un-named Road (adjacent to Stoneywood Cricket Club, Stoneywood, for its entire length), Wellheads Drive (from its northern junction with Wellheads Crescent to Farburn Terrace).  

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