Members of the public have been urged to have their say in a transport consultation for a new Aberdeen harbour.
In total 11 transport options were put forward by Aberdeen City Council for new link roads, cycle paths and bus routes at the £350 million harbour extension at Nigg Bay.
Maureen Watt, SNP MSP for Aberdeen South and North Kincardine, has called on residents living close to the development to make sure their voices are heard.
She said it was “vital” for people to take part. Ms Watt said: “Having reviewed the numerous options published last week by Aberdeen City Council regarding transport in and around the new Aberdeen South Harbour development, I have grave reservations over several of the proposals.
“These proposals will have a huge impact on those who live and work in Torry, Cove, and the surrounding areas.
“It is vital that their voices are heard during this consultation period.”