An extensive programme of resurfacing and pothole repair works has started in several areas of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen City Council has warned residents of the city icy conditions will continue for a next few days as it revealed the preparations being made for cold weather in the days ahead.
Thousands of tonnes of salt have been delivered to Aberdeen in preparation for winter in the city.
New benches have been installed on Union Street.
A new camera has been set up to catch people driving through a bus gate on Aberdeen's Union Street.
Temporary bus stops and a new camera to enforce a bus gate on Aberdeen's Union Street will be put in place next week.
A councillor who repeatedly called for safety measures at a major north-east junction has welcomed the installation of traffic lights.
Work to install traffic lights to make a major Aberdeen road junction safer has been completed.
A long-awaited road improvement project has taken a "significant step" towards being delivered - but campaigners say they have been left disappointed.
Aberdeen city centre footfall increases by almost a quarter as council continues physical distancing works
Footfall in Aberdeen city centre has increased by almost a quarter in the last week as physical distancing measures are being introduced.
Temporary wooden pavement extensions have been installed on Union Street.
Measures to assist social distancing and help kick-start Aberdeen's recovery from Covid-19 have been officially approved by councillors.
Network Rail has announced work on the new station at Kintore is restarting following a three-month pause due to the Covid-19 lockdown.
A new bus gate has been installed on a major Aberdeen street as part of measures to aid social distancing and get the city moving following lockdown.
The public is being asked to give feedback on plans to encourage cycling in the beach area of Aberdeen, as it was revealed bicycle sales have rocketed during lockdown.
Work has now begun on a project to make it easier for pedestrians to keep their distance in an Aberdeen community.
Aberdeen MP urges council to put potential train station at ‘forefront’ of decision on homes development
An Aberdeen MP has called on council bosses to put a potential railway station "at the forefront of any determination" regarding proposals for a new housing development in a city suburb.
The first stage of work to allow better physical distancing in Aberdeen city centre is nearing completion.
Coronavirus: Crowd barriers and containers to line Aberdeen’s Union Street as next stage of works begin
Barriers and water-filled containers will be put in place within days as part of the next stage of ambitious plans to transform Union Street.
Aberdeen City Council will submit a planning application for a major city infrastructure project next week.
Plans to introduce a bike hire scheme in Aberdeen have been delayed until a business can be found to take on the project.
Council bosses have vowed to “do everything” in their power to address deaths among the city’s homeless, as new figures reveal Aberdeen has the second highest number in the country.
A new chairwoman has been appointed for north-east regional transport partnership Nestrans.
Aberdeen residents have just a fortnight left to apply for free community salt bags from the council.
Gritter drivers in Aberdeen are being trained to ensure they are up to speed ahead of the start of the city council’s winter maintenance programme.
A new £122,000 home insulation programme has been unveiled in Aberdeen.
More than £640,000 has been pledged to build a new affordable housing development in Aberdeen.
Councillors who voted against the stadium proposal have explained their reasons why.
Residents in an Aberdeen community have called for a total ban on HGVs using roads in their area.