A court battle is looming between the builders of the city bypass and the taxpayer over a £250 million disagreement over spiralling costs.
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More than 100 bags of litter are being collected by Aberdeen bypass workers each month.
The final section of the AWPR will open tomorrow, marking the "beginning of an important new chapter for Aberdeen".
The city bypass will not be opened until “assurances” are given about its rising costs, the transport secretary has said.
Extra safety measures are to be installed on the Aberdeen bypass to help clamp down on the number of speeding drivers.
A group of Aberdeenshire residents say the construction of the AWPR has resulted in traffic streaming "right past their front doors" at all hours and shattered the peace in their once-quiet community.
Aberdeen bypass contractors have been urged to stop “squabbling” over money amid reports they are attempting to claim £350 million from the Scottish Government.
Scotland's transport secretary has held crunch talks with AWPR bosses over the ongoing delays to the opening of the £745million development.
Young people across the north-east are being reminded to stay safe during the summer holidays and stay away from construction sites.
Council chiefs are preparing a repair bill for roads and bridges that have been “trashed” by heavy AWPR construction vehicles since the bypass project began.
The Scottish Government has been urged to draw up contingency plans over fears one of the firms behind the city bypass is on the brink of collapse.
The firm building the new Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route has been hit with a £280,000 fine for polluting rivers in the north-east.
Hard-working bypass construction staff have been told they will be landed with covering their own costs of accommodation, just days before Christmas.
Under-pressure roads bosses have stepped up health and safety restrictions at the Aberdeen Bypass following a spate of high-profile accidents at the site.
Transport chiefs to hold crunch talks with AWPR bosses after spate of high-profile accidents at the development
Bypass bosses are being summoned for crunch talks with Transport Scotland to explain a spate of high-profile accidents at the development.
Youths across the north-east have been warned to stay away from the AWPR construction site in a renewed safety campaign.
Residents have hit out at roads bosses after office blocks and work sites connected to the construction of Aberdeen's long awaited bypass sprung up on their doorsteps - with no prior warning.
More than 1,000 jobs will be created when work on the Aberdeen bypass gets underway, Infrastructure Secretary Keith Brown has announced.