North-east councillors will be asked to give feedback on potential new transport and cycling routes when they meet tomorrow.
Nine public transport options and a range of walking and cycling routes are being considered as part of a study to examine the city’s transport connectivity.
The study will examine connections between new and existing areas of development on the periphery of Aberdeen – and areas of Aberdeenshire close to the city boundary – with the aim of providing direct links as an alternative to the car.
Members of Formartine area committee have been asked to provide comments on the options when they meet tomorrow.
The study area includes significant settlements in Aberdeenshire including Blackdog, Westhill and Chapelton of Elsick.
The options will then be considered at the infrastructure services committee meeting on November 29.