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Earthworks for Aberdeen road upgrade start

Transport Scotland has announced that earthworks for part of the new Aberdeen Western Perimeter Road and Balmedie to Tipperty project are now underway.

Work to move 200,000m3 of earth for the new Stonehaven Junction between the A90 and Dundee to Aberdeen railway line started yesterday.

The work to enable construction of new slip roads and junctions for the southbound A90 is expected to take two months to complete.

The £745M road scheme is being built in a number of phases and work is expected to be completed late next year.



Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon was on site last year to oversee the start of construction on the Aberdeen Western Perimeter Road and Balmedie to Tipperty project


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