Aberdeen City Council plans to ditch Don bridge plan
Labour wants to scrap £17 million crossing plan
ABERDEEN’S new Labour-led administration has launched its bid to scrap plans for a £17 million bridge over the River Don, the Evening Express can reveal today.
The group is to tear up a five-year business plan for Aberdeen, which includes a pledge to finance the Don bridge scheme seen by many as key to busting city traffic jams.
Labour wants to axe the bridge plan – backed by the old SNP-Lib Dem coalition – when the full city council meets later this summer.
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