A man has been charged after a two-vehicle crash on the Aberdeen bypass.
A crane has broken down near a notorious accident spot on the AWPR. The incident occurred at the Cleanhill Roundabout, near to the junction with the A93. A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “It is blocking one lane. “Recovery has been organised. “It’s not causing any issues with traffic.” Police are on scene.
Two cars have collided at a notorious roundabout on the AWPR.
A roundabout on the AWPR has been partially blocked this evening after a lorry burst its tyre.
Around 80 scooter enthusiasts turned heads as they took part in a group ride around Aberdeen.
Police have been called to a crash on the Aberdeen bypass.
Long-awaited plans to improve an Aberdeen street have been delayed again.
Two people have been taken to hospital after a lorry and dump truck crashed on the Aberdeen bypass.
Archaeological finds uncovered during excavations on the Aberdeen bypass have been highlighted in a new book.
Around 40km of road will pass into the council’s hands from April 1, including Anderson Drive, Stonehaven Road, the Parkway, Auchmill Road and Inverurie Road.
An Aberdeen councillor has called for safety measures to be introduced at an AWPR junction.
A man has been taken to hospital after a crash involving a motorbike and a car at a major north-east junction.
The transport secretary has insisted he “will not be held over a barrel” by Aberdeen bypass contractors.
North-east trucking firms have praised the bypass and hope the whole road will be good for business.
Aberdeen's bypass route finally opened in full to drivers today.
The final section of the AWPR has opened - meaning the full route is now open to traffic.
Council leaders have hailed the news that the Aberdeen bypass will be opened in full tomorrow.
Politicians today expressed their joy after it was announced the Aberdeen bypass will finally open in full next week.
The AWPR will fully open next week, it has been confirmed.
An Aberdeen MSP has called on an AWPR contractor to give assurances on the future maintenance of the bypass.
Contractors behind the Aberdeen bypass still have “work to do” to provide assurances over future maintenance of the crossing over the Don.
A man was taken to hospital last night following a two-car crash on the Aberdeen bypass.
The Transport Secretary has demanded answers from Aberdeen bypass contractors after yet another deadline was missed.
A car has crashed on a major north-east road after the driver lost control. The incident happened on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route, near Dyce, at about 6.30pm. No one was injured in the accident. A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “One vehicle has lost control and has crashed. “They have asked for recovery.”
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has said Aberdeen Roads Limited (ARL), contractors for the project, have been cautioned against “cutting corners” in order to get the route open in time for January.
Tractor drivers turned away from a section of the AWPR should no longer suffer from an “honest mistake” by police, it has been claimed.
Pressure is mounting on contractors, with the target date to open the final section of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) of the end of January now just over a week away.
Police and recovery services were called to the AWPR after a lorry drove through a roundabout.
New safety measures are to be installed at a roundabout on the Aberdeen bypass.
Supply chain costs for oil and gas firms in north-east Scotland are expected to drop as a result of the newly-opened Aberdeen bypass, according to transport bosses.