We are undertaking several transport corridor studies which are separate pieces of work but, by their nature, are interconnected.
The seven studies are considering the main corridors for movements to, from, and around Aberdeen, in the light of the changes to travel patterns with the opening of the city bypass (AWPR) as well as other recent developments and changes to behaviour.
The studies are looking ahead to consider future problems and issues for people walking, wheeling and cycling, for public transport, for freight movements, and for general traffic. They will identify solutions that will deliver a more inclusive, healthy, and sustainable transport system and so help enable a vibrant regional economy, improved environment, and better quality of life.
Members of the public and other key stakeholders are being invited to engage with the studies at different stages to ensure that local issues and priorities are understood. We are working with partners on the studies, including Aberdeenshire Council and NESTRANS.
The corridors are:-
A947 The Parkhill junction on the bypass to Bucksburn - Two public consultations for the A93 and the A947 start today | Aberdeen City Council
A96 Inverurie to Aberdeen - Public consultation into improving transport connections from Aberdeen to Inverurie | Aberdeen City Council
A944/A9119 Westhill to Aberdeen - Consultation opens on improving active travel and public transport between the city centre and Westhill (aberdeencity.gov.uk) Further details at A944 Westhill to Aberdeen transport study
A93 Banchory to Aberdeen - Two public consultations for the A93 and the A947 start today | Aberdeen City Council
A92 Park and Ride in Ellon to the Garthdee Road corridor - Public consultation to start for Ellon to Garthdee transport connections | Aberdeen City Council
A956 Wellington Road - Consultation starts today into travel options for Wellington Road (aberdeencity.gov.uk). Further details at Wellington Road transport study | Aberdeen City Council
A92 Bridge of Don to Bridge of Dee - Public consultation into improving transport connections from Bridge of Don to Bridge of Dee | Aberdeen City Council