More than a dozen roads damaged during construction of the AWPR have still to be repaired.
Aberdeen City Council is poised to roll out improved road signs directing drivers onto the city's new bypass - following concerns that outdated versions could cause tourists some confusion.
Transport bosses have confirmed that the impact of the AWPR will be taken into account when finalising the A96 dualling project.
A string of north-east roads will be officially “de-trunked” and brought under council control next week.
Almost 100 compensation claims have been made by landowners whose land was bought up to make way for the AWPR.
Police were called to a two-car collision on the AWPR this morning. A black Vauxhall Corsa and a grey Ford Fiesta were involved in the incident, which occurred at the Cleanhill Roundabout at 8.25am. A force spokeswoman said there were no injuries and the cars were now off the road.
A crackdown on speeders on the newly-opened Aberdeen bypass has resulted in a number of fines being issued.
A new book has been published highlighting ancient artefacts found during archaeological excavations on the AWPR project.
Aberdeen City Council faces new £770,000 annual bill as it takes on responsibility for nearly 25 miles of road
City council chiefs will now face an annual bill of nearly £800,000 from taking on the responsibility of more than 25 miles of roads from the Scottish Government next month.
A key path which was due to be built alongside the AWPR has finally opened, allowing pedestrians, cyclists, runners and horse riders to cross a busy road safely.
Residents living in a small north east village claim they are being “kept like prisoners” after their only bus stop was demolished during AWPR works.
The crash took place on the westbound carriageway of the A944, at the Kingswells AWPR roundabout.
The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) has finally opened to motorists after decades upon decades of political - and literal - gridlock in the north-east.
The final stretch of the long-awaited AWPR has opened this morning, to the delight of drivers across the north-east.
Drivers are being urged to take extra care this morning as they head along the new, final stretch of the Aberdeen bypass.
The final section of the AWPR will open tomorrow, marking the "beginning of an important new chapter for Aberdeen".
The Aberdeen bypass will finally fully open on Tuesday, Transport Scotland has revealed this morning.
The final section of the long-awaited Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) could be opened next week, Transport Scotland revealed last night.
The long-awaited Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route will fully open next week after Transport Scotland made the announcement today.
Michael Matheson has been urged to give a “full and urgent” update to MSPs on the contractual dispute that has led to the delayed opening of the AWPR’s Don Crossing.
Construction giant Galliford Try said yesterday it had booked a further £26 million of costs for delays to the £1 billion-plus Aberdeen city bypass road.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has admitted paperwork required to open the Don Crossing has still to be signed off by the contractors.
The city bypass will not be opened until “assurances” are given about its rising costs, the transport secretary has said.
Figures used by the Scottish Government to demonstrate the multi-billion pound impact of the Aberdeen bypass have not been updated in a decade, it has emerged.
Part of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route is closed due to a one-vehicle crash.
Michael Matheson yesterday said the final stretch of the Aberdeen bypass would not be opened until the contractors had provided assurances that remedial work on the Don Crossing was complete.
Farmers will no longer be stopped by police for using the northbound stretch of the AWPR.
A couple claim they been forced to pay out £4,000 after AWPR contractors damaged their home.
New bus services were launched yesterday to help business travellers and holidaymakers cut down their travel time to get to the city airport.
The Scottish Transport secretary has cautioned Aberdeen Bypass contractors against “using the north-east’s enthusiasm for the road” to “apply pressure” for extra money or “cut corners” as final work is carried out on the last remaining piece of the multi-million pound project.
Transport secretary warns AWPR contractors to not ‘cut corners’ as final piece of bypass nears completion
The Scottish transport sectary has cautioned Aberdeen Bypass contractors for “using the north-east’s enthusiasm for the road” to “cut corners” as final work is carried out on the last remaining piece of more than £745 million project.
Police were called to the AWPR after a lorry got stuck on one of its roundabouts.