Members of the public are being given the opportunity to comment on the major refurbishment of Broad Street.
An online survey to garner the public’s views is starting from Monday and is in addition to feedback from statutory consultees such as emergency services and bus companies, and feedback from the Disability Equity Partnership.
The survey results and statutory consultee comments will be put forward as part of a report to committee on how the new street and layout has operated since opening.
The £3.2 million City Centre Masterplan project was aimed at transforming and revitalising the street by making it a pedestrian-orientated space, with the road opening to buses and cyclists only last autumn.
Marie Boulton, Aberdeen City Council City Centre Masterplan spokeswoman, said: “We’d encourage everyone to take part in the survey so we can gather as many views as possible.”
The design for Broad Street includes an illuminated fountain, trees and benches, improved lighting and a raised grass area offering flexible event space in front of Marischal College.