Aberdeen residents are being urged to have their say on potential improvements put forward for one of the city’s most congested streets.
Torry’s Wellington Road has long been a bottleneck for commuters making their way from industrial estates in the south of the city to other parts and into Aberdeenshire.
New options are on the table including cycle lanes, a Craigshaw Drive dual-use cycleway, a toucan crossing at Abbotswell Road and Langdykes Road and more crossings at Souterhead and Hareness roundabouts.
The busy roundabouts could also be in line for improvements, an upgrade to dual carriageway at the former HM Craiginches Prison site and the potential creation of a “low emission zone” to drive down pollution on the street by banning heavy vehicles.
The public drop-in event is to be held at the Aberdeen Altens Hotel on Wednesday from 4pm to 8pm.
Council transport spokesman Ross Grant said: “The more feedback we get from the public the better.”!
Anyone who is unable to attend the drop-in session but would like to provide views to the study team should visit the Consultation Hub on the Aberdeen City Council website where they will be able to view the exhibition slides and complete a feedback form from November 29: