Demolition work should be completed by the end of the year ahead of a £30 million project to improve a notorious city roundabout.
The long-awaited works to the often gridlocked Haudagain roundabout got under way in July with empty properties being torn down in the area.
A £30m Scottish Government-backed improvement scheme will see a new link road take pressure off the roundabout.
Transport chiefs have said the work is expected to be completed by the end of the year, with the main construction of the project to get under way once the AWPR is open to traffic.
But bypass bosses have remained tight-lipped about an exact opening date for the bypass, saying it is scheduled to open in “late autumn”.
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As part of the Haudagain project, 127 flats must be demolished, with work initially expected to take around four months.
Councillor Gordon Graham, who represents Middlefield, said: “It looks as though they have done a lot of work by demolishing the houses but I would be keen to know when construction will start on the road.”
A Transport Scotland spokesman said: “Delivery of the A90/A96 Haudagain junction improvement project got under way in the summer with work to prepare the site for construction which included the demolition of properties.
“The main construction of the project will get under way after the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route opens to road users as previously announced.”