The number of police vehicles using an Aberdeen street they are banned from unless on emergency calls has dropped from more than 400 a month to as low as 11 after details of the high use came to light.
Aberdeen City Council has taken action against police cars driving through a partially-pedestrianised street which they are banned from unless responding to emergencies.
More than 800 police cars have been caught going through a bus gate in three months - prompting concerns it is being used as a shortcut to its HQ.
Aberdeen councillors have voted to allow taxis to use a controversial city bus gate - and to consider reducing the speed limit there to 20mph.
Almost 1,800 motorists caught driving through a controversial traffic calming measure have refused to pay mounting fines and had their cases referred to debt collectors.
More than 40 drivers in just 24 hours were caught defying a ban on driving through a controversial Aberdeen bus gate.
A controversial bus gate in Aberdeen has made more than £400,000 in fines for the city council since the end of July.
A petition to reopen an Aberdeen road after a bus gate was installed will be presented to the council on Monday.
More than 2,500 people have signed an online petition to re-open an Aberdeen road after a controversial bus gate was introduced.