Section Openings

Section openings

The AWPR/B-T is expected to open in late autumn. Transport Scotland is working with the contractor, Aberdeen Roads Limited, to open new sections of road as they become available.

The following map will be updated as more sections are about to open. By hovering your cursor over the information hotspots you will get information about junctions that are:

  • Open or About to Open (Green)
  • Partially Open (Amber)
  • Not Yet Open (Red)
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Fully open late Autumn 2018

Connects to:

  • A92 (formally A90) northbound/southbound
  • A956 westbound to New A90 (via Cleanhill Junction)
  • A956 eastbound from New A90 (via Cleanhill Junction)
  • Local roads

Fully open late Autumn 2018

Connects to:

  • A92 (formally A90) northbound/southbound
  • Existing A90 southbound to Dundee and northbound from Dundee
  • New A90 northbound to Cleanhill Junction
  • New A90 southbound from Cleanhill Junction
  • B979 northbound/ southbound
  • Local roads

Open by late Autumn 2018

Connects to:

  • New A90 northbound/ southbound
  • New A956 westbound from A92 (via Charleston Junction)
  • New A956 eastbound to A92 (via Charleston Junction)

Open by late Autumn 2018

Connects to:

  • New A90 northbound/ southbound
  • A93 westbound/ eastbound
  • B979 southbound
  • B979 northbound (via A93 westbound)
  • Local roads

Open by late Autumn 2018

Connects to:

  • New A90 – northbound/ southbound
  • A944 – westbound/ eastbound
  • C93C Clintery to Kingsford Road, northbound
  • Local roads

Open by late Autumn 2018

Connects to:

  • New A90 northbound (entry slip only)
  • New A90 southbound (exit slip only)
  • C89C Chapel of Stonewood to Fairley Road, northbound
  • C89C Chapel of Stonewood to Fairley Road, southbound
  • Local roads

Open by late Autumn 2018

Connects to:

  • New A90 northbound (entry slip only)
  • New A90 southbound (exit slip only)
  • C89C Chapel of Stonewood to Fairley Road, northbound
  • C89C Chapel of Stonewood to Fairley Road, southbound
  • Local roads

Partially open – Full open by late Autumn 2018

Connects to:

  • New A90 northbound to existing A90 (via Blackdog Junction)
  • New A90 southbound from existing A90 (via Blackdog Junction)
  • A947 northbound
  • A947 southbound
  • B977 westbound
  • B977 eastbound
  • B999 northbound/ southbound (via B977 eastbound)
  • B997 Scotstown Road to Bridge of Don (via B977 eastbound)
  • Local roads

Open

Connects to:

  • New A90 northbound (entry slip only)
  • New A90 southbound (exit slip only)
  • C89C Chapel of Stonewood to Fairley Road, northbound
  • C89C Chapel of Stonewood to Fairley Road, southbound
  • Local roads

Open

Connects to:

  • Existing A90 northbound/ southbound
  • B977 westbound (to Belhelvie)
  • Local roads (including access to Balmedie and existing A90 northbound)

Open

Connects to:

  • New A90 southbound (entry slip only)
  • New A90 northbound (exit slip only)
  • A975 eastbound (to Newburgh)
  • Existing A90 southbound to Balmedie
  • Existing A90 northbound (access to Foveran)
  • Local roads

Open

Connects to:

  • New A90 northbound (entry slip only)
  • New A90 southbound (exit slip only)
  • B9000 westbound
  • B9000 eastbound (to Newburgh)
  • Existing A90 southbound (access to Foveran)
  • Local roads (including access to Newburgh)

Balmedie to Tipperty (full opening before morning peak on Wednesday 15 August 2018)

This 7.5 miles(12km) section of road represents around one-fifth of the entire AWPR/B-T project and includes the provision of 5.6 miles (9km) of new dual carriageway to replace the existing single carriageway between Balmedie and Bridgend, together with 3km of improvements to the existing dual carriageway.

More information can be found on the Transport Scotland project pages here.

Parkhill to Blackdog (open)

The 4.3 miles (7km) link between Parkhill (Goval) and Blackdog opened in June 2018 and is now providing thousands of drivers every day with a range of benefits, including reduced journey times, improved journey time reliability, reduced congestion, enhanced safety and better local access to locations such as Newmachar, Old Meldrum, Fyvie, Turriff, Bucksburn, Bridge of Don and Dyce.

More information can be found on the Transport Scotland project pages here.

Further section info will be added here.