Levels of air pollution on several Aberdeen streets are still "dangerously" high despite the opening of the AWPR reducing traffic in the city.
Traffic lights could be installed at an Aberdeen junction which has been blighted by accidents since it opened a year ago.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has been urged to ensure the cost of the £49.5 million Haudagain roundabout project does not spiral further.
Jon S. Baird has always been tenacious.
An online consultation has opened to enable the public to have their say on the current active travel plan for Aberdeen.
Calls for Haudagain work to be completed urgently as figures show police have been called to the bottleneck hundreds of times
Calls have been made for improvements at a notorious Aberdeen roundabout to be completed as quickly as possible, as new figures lay bare the problems caused by the bottleneck over recent years.
Official figures show that more than four million vehicles were counted on just one section of the £745 million Aberdeen bypass in 2019.
A firm has been awarded a half-a-million-pound contract to design new signs for Aberdeen finally directing drivers onto the AWPR.
The Scottish Government has been urged to improve safety at a slip road on the Aberdeen bypass "before it causes a fatality".
Derek Tucker: All the signs point to just one thing… It is really traffic lights we need to make the bypass safer
Searching the news for anything not related to the forthcoming General Election, my attention was caught by the announcement that Aberdeen City Council has awarded a £475,000 contract for new signs relating to the city bypass, which has now been fully open for almost a year.
Hundreds of road signs are to change around Aberdeen to help direct people out to and in from the city bypass.
An Aberdeenshire family claim they are in a “living nightmare” as they watch their home becoming transformed into a building site.
North-east motorists are being warned to expect delays on the Aberdeen bypass this morning due to an abnormal load.
The Scottish Government has pledged to investigate safety at one of the many new AWPR junctions.
A court battle is looming between the builders of the city bypass and the taxpayer over a £250 million disagreement over spiralling costs.
Construction group Galliford Try has counted the cost of the Aberdeen bypass in its latest annual results.
The A90 has re-opened after being closed near Stonehaven earlier this morning.
More than 100 bags of litter are being collected by Aberdeen bypass workers each month.
A man has been taken to hospital with serious injuries after a one-vehicle crash on the AWPR.
Aberdeen council bosses have launched a hunt, worth nearly half a million pounds, for a company to erect new street signs directing drivers onto the £750million bypass.
The Scottish Government has been urged to give an update on compensation claims being sought by the builders of the new Aberdeen bypass.
One of the contractors seeking more cash for the AWPR said it was ready to pursue its claim through legal channels should talks with the Scottish Government “not reach a satisfactory conclusion”.
A fisherman will hang up his rod and net after four decades working a scientifically protected Aberdeen loch - claiming pollution has driven away its fish.
The southbound lanes of the Aberdeen bypass were blocked by a three-vehicle crash near its Kingswells junction this afternoon. Police were called to the A90 collision just after 12.30pm. No-one was injured and the cars were removed from the scene around two hours later.
Calls have been made for an urgent safety review on the AWPR.
Aberdeen City Council is locked in talks with government transport bosses as it pursues its case for compensation after taking on responsibility for additional roads.
Underused Aberdeen car parks could be closed down as the council seeks to deter motorists from driving into the centre of the city.
A massive consultation is will be launched by Aberdeen council bosses to bring about a culture change in the way residents travel across the city.
A wealth of nearly-new cycling equipment used to christen the Aberdeen bypass has been donated to a pair of local organisations.
North-east farmer James Duthie is seeking more than £1 million from the Scottish Government to compensate for lost land, damage and disruption caused by the Aberdeen bypass.
Shops, cafes and restaurants in an Aberdeenshire town have been overflowing with customers from as far away as Inverurie and Peterhead in recent months – and have put their success down to the opening of the Aberdeen bypass.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has refused to address concerns over the potential of an extra bill worth hundreds of millions of pounds for the AWPR.