The traffic management, which is the first in a number of distinct phases, will enable utility diversion works and trial hole works to be undertaken.

Traffic management for this first phase, including temporary traffic lights and lane restrictions, will be carried out via weekend working and between the morning and evening rush hour periods to minimise disruption.

Works at this location are expected to last for 18 months.

An AWPR/B-T project spokesperson said:

"The A93 (North Deeside Road) at its junction with the B979 (Milltimber Brae Road) will be subject to periods of traffic management between Friday 1 May and Monday 6 July.

"The next phase will involve the construction of a temporary local diversion in the area and will follow shortly afterwards. The remaining phases will include the construction of a bridge to carry the A93 over the AWPR/B-T and a signal controlled junction between the A93 and B979.

"As with any traffic management works, we advise motorists to plan their journeys in advance and thank road users for their patience during this period."

Further details on this upcoming period of traffic management on the A93 can be found at

Published 28 Apr 2015 Tags