Extra safety measures are to be installed on the Aberdeen bypass to help clamp down on the number of speeding drivers.
Motorists enjoyed instantly faster journey times yesterday as business and political leaders celebrated the grand opening of the first major section of the long-awaited Aberdeen bypass.
Scotland’s transport secretary has held crunch talks with AWPR bosses over the ongoing delays to the opening of the £745 million development.
A bus firm has been forced to postpone the roll-out of a new service connected to the Aberdeen bypass due to uncertainty over when the road will finally open.
Scottish ministers have stepped in to try and open a major section of the delay-hit Aberdeen bypass.
Motorists will face a further three months of speed restrictions once the Aberdeen bypass has finished.
Economy Secretary Keith Brown has revealed that sections of Aberdeen’s new bypass could be opened earlier than planned – but he was unable to confirm whether the full road would be completed on schedule.
After decades in the planning and hundreds of millions of pounds – motorists are finally driving on the Aberdeen bypass.