Traffic is crazy. So you’re definitely going to be late for work By Laura Redpath January 22 2015, 7.39am Share Traffic is crazy. So you’re definitely going to be late for work Share via Facebook Twitter Whatsapp Messenger Linkedin Email Post link https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/466325/icy-conditions-seriously-affecting-travel-morning/ Copy Link Aberdeenshire's icy roads yesterday, near Durris. The chances of getting to work on time this morning are slim to none. Ice is completely covering the roads in Aberdeenshire and massive tailbacks are out in full force. Police have urged motorists to be extremely cautious this morning as black ice lines the roads in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire. Here’s a quick run down of that’s going on. Traffic is really slow on the A90 heading into Aberdeen, north and south. Queues are stretching as far back as Stonehaven and Tipperty. Traffic very slow on #A90 from #Stonehaven to #Aberdeen & also heavy on #A96 due to lane closure #BeAware #Ice pic.twitter.com/T48cUDZa4j — Traffic Scotland (@trafficscotland) January 22, 2015 A car flipped on its roof on the A947 between Inverbervie and Oldmeldrum while another crashed near Stonehaven on the A92. A lorry has jack-knifed on the A957 between Crathes- Stonehaven. Police have closed the A96 near Marshall Trailers as vehicles are unable to stop at the junction heading to Aberdeen. #A96 @ #Tyrebagger towards #Aberdeen queuing traffic due to #ice & recovery work following RTC #BeAware #StaySafe pic.twitter.com/9Q33Mc7wjk — Traffic Scotland (@trafficscotland) January 22, 2015 Two lanes on Great Northern road have closed due to a breakdown. Roads have also had to close amid the spell of icy weather. The road Marshall Trailers to Dyce is limited to one lane while gritters attend to the route and the B974 is still shut between Fettercairn and Banchory.