New restrictions have been put in place at an Aberdeen car park to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Drivers will have to cough up more to park in car parks and streets across the city from Monday April 22.
A free evening parking scheme could be thrown out after it was found to have no impact on increasing city footfall.
A charity has called on Aberdeen City Council to urgently push forward with plans for a low emissions zone.
Free evening parking has been introduced in city centre car parks in a bid to “extend the day”.
Parking is to be free after 5pm in parts of Aberdeen city centre for a trial period.
The trial period for the scheme will start from October 1 and a review will be reported back to councillors on March 14.
Drivers could soon park for free after 5pm at four major Aberdeen city centre car parks, the Evening Express can reveal today.
CCTV is to be installed in an Aberdeen city centre car park in a bid to cut antisocial behaviour.
A man has been taken to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (ARI) with serious injuries after being hit by a car.