Twenty drivers have been given on-the-spot fines for poor driving.
Police targeted motorists taking shortcuts on “rat runs” during rush hour and stopped dozens of drivers.
Of those, six received warnings, 20 were handed fixed-penalty notices and more were given police advice about responsible driving.
The road safety operation took place on Tillydrone streets such as Diamond Bridge, Gordon’s Mills Road, Donside Village, Wingate Road and Portal Crescent last week between 7am and 9am and again between 4pm and 6pm.
Sergeant Richard Roach, from Tillydrone community policing team, said: “Road safety is an important issue.
“Through our divisional initiative under Operation Cedar, we continue to work towards challenging driving behaviour and educating motorists about driving safely in order to reduce fatalities and serious injuries on our roads.
“All road users have their part to play and we will continue with our road safety operations over the coming months to keep people safe.”