Temporary measures have been installed at the bridge end of Victoria Road in Torry which will allow people in the area to walk about and queue for shops and buses, while observing physical distancing – here’s a map showing what the measures are.
Three temporary neighbourhood Spaces for people interventions in Rosemount, Torry and George Street which were introduced to increase space for pedestrians due to coronavirus 2m physical distancing are to be removed after Aberdeen is at Level 0 of the Scottish Government’s route map.
Aberdeen City Council’s city growth and resources committee agreed to the move at a meeting on 24 June 2021 after recommendations from the Director of Public Health for NHS Grampian said it would support the removal of the measures due to improved public health position and significant vaccination coverage.
The timetable for the removal is they would start three weeks after the move to Level 0 and they will take approximately 13 weeks to remove. The Scottish Government has indicated it expects mainland Scotland to move to Level 0 on 19 July.