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Sunday, 1 May 2016

Bridge of Dee Study - Public Exhibition

Aberdeen City Council are to hold a Public Consultation Exhibition on the 17th and 18th of May regarding  a Scottish Transport Appraisal Guidance Part 2 Appraisal

Proposals for the Bridge of Dee Study will be available for the general public to view and to provide comment and feedback. There will be questionnaires provided at each venue to allow for feedback.

The outline designs are available on Aberdeen City Council’s website, together with further supporting information, and these are accessible from the following address:

http://www.aberdeencity.gov.uk/transport_streets/roads_pavements/transport_projects/roa_brigofdee_techdevelop.asp

The options considered in the Part 2 Appraisal are:
• Concept 6: Additional Upstream Crossing (including a variant Concept 6B with a link between Inchgarth Road and the A93); and

• Concept 7: Additional Adjacent Crossing.

In addition to this, the exhibition material will also be made available to view on Aberdeen City Council’s website with an online version of the feedback questionnaire.

The exhibitions will run from the 17th of May 2016 to the 18th of May 2016.
The locations and times are as follows:

• 12.00 - 8.00pm  Tuesday 17th May 2016. Inchgarth Community Centre, Craigievar Crescent, Garthdee
• 12.00 - 8.00pm  Wednesday 18th May 2016. South Holburn Church, 539A Holburn Street

On conclusion of the STAG Part 2 Detailed Appraisal the study findings will be reported to Councillors for consideration.

Please email any comments or queries you may have on the options to programmes@aberdeencity.gov.uk
with the subject heading containing the words ‘Bridge of Dee Study’. Alternatively for any queries in relation to the study, please contact Ken Neil, Senior Engineer on 01224 523476.

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