Two separate public consultations have began with potential possibilities for improving transport connections on the A93 from Aberdeen to Banchory and the A947 from the A96 junction at Bucksburn to the Parkhill junction on the town bypass (AWPR).
The reports, which aim on energetic journey and general public transport connections, continue on the ongoing get the job done of Aberdeen Town Council and associates to consider suggests of locking-in added benefits of the metropolis bypass on the principal transportation corridors linking Aberdeenshire and Aberdeen.
The two scientific studies have put several possibilities forward which includes new cycle routes, introducing priority for buses, pace reductions and supporting placemaking actions such as village greens, landmarks, and gateway signage to enable generate a better group feeling in just locations.
The A93 session features possible options which boost sustainable travel alongside the corridor whilst making sure that there are no unintended routeing implications on parallel routes.
The critical aims of the A93 review are to establish possibilities that improve the quality of the pedestrian and biking expertise alongside the corridor and handle the barriers which influence some groups shifting close to as a pedestrian or bicycle owner, boost the excellent of bus travel on the corridor for all customers, enhancing the journey expertise equally for present-day bus customers and to entice new people by minimizing bus journey instances and enhancing journey time consistency, and boost integration amongst sustainable journey modes.
The A947 study area, which contains both of those Riverview Generate and Victoria Street by Dyce, will location certain target on how to boost ailments for pedestrians, wheelchair customers, cyclists, horse riders, and general public transport users of the route for equally southbound actions toward the city centre and northbound movements into Aberdeenshire. It also has a concentrate on placemaking possibilities together Victoria Road.
Both of the general public consultations are readily available by using Aberdeen Town Council’s site at Aberdeen City Council – Citizen Space right until Friday 19 August 2022.
Community exhibitions are also being held as part of the consultations in Aberdeen, Peterculter, and Banchory for the A93 analyze and Dyce for the A947 study, as very well as dwell problem and answer sessions following month.
For the A93 examine, community exhibitions are being held in Wonderful Western Resort, Aberdeen, on Tuesday 26 July, Culter Village Hall on Wednesday 3 August, and Banchory West Church on Thursday 4 August, all from 4pm to 8pm. The on the internet Q&A sessions will be held on Wednesday 10 August and Wednesday 17 August, the two from 7pm to 8pm.
For the A947 study, a general public exhibition is getting held at Dyce Parish Church on Wednesday 27 July from 4pm to 8pm, and the on-line Q&A sessions are on Wednesday 10 August and Wednesday 17 August, both from 7pm to 8pm.