Residents of two Aberdeen communities are being urged to take part in a design scheme to help connect them.
Earlier this year residents in Tillydrone and Woodside were asked to give their views on how to improve the area, with hundreds of comments received from people.
The Tilly-Wood Street Design Project is entering its second phase by holding another session.
Emily Davie, Sustrans Scotland street design project co-ordinator, said: “After the successful launch of Tilly-Wood Street Design project in September, we have been progressing through the Discover stage of our co-design process and collecting information through a range of engagement activities and surveys.
“Comments have been wide-ranging and are fundamental in helping us to understand current barriers to walking, cycling, wheeling and socialising in the local area. We now want to develop solutions to these barriers at the event in November and would encourage everyone to get involved at the events taking place locally.”
A new drop-in event will now be held on November 27 between 3.30pm-8pm at St George’s Church on Hayton Road, with a further chance to meet the team and discuss improvements.
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A design workshop will also be held from 6pm-7.30pm to help shape future design ideas through discussion, maps and models.
Aberdeen City Council transport spokesman Councillor Ross Grant said: “I’d encourage the residents of both Tillydrone and Woodside to go along to the sessions to help shape the future of their areas.
“It’s fantastic that so many people have fed back to the project already and I hope they all take part in the next stage of the project.”
A bike mechanic will also be on hand from 3.30pm-5.30pm to check bikes and carry out any minor repairs on the day.