Please select a document to download from the list below:
Access from the south 2008
A study completed in May 2008 by SIAS Ltd on behalf of Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeenshire Council and Nestrans, developing options to improve traffic flows on the southern approaches to Aberdeen City and identify an appropriate location for a park and ride site in transport terms.
Locking in the benefits of the AWPR 2012
Haudagain STAG 2008
Dyce Drive/Argyll Road study 2008
This report is the culmination of a study undertaken by SIAS Ltd on behalf of Aberdeen City Council, BAA Aberdeen and Nestrans. The study focuses on access to Aberdeen Airport in particular, and the Dyce Drive area from Kirkhill up to and including the A96(T). This study follows on from various pieces of work previously undertaken by BAA Aberdeen in preparing a surface access strategy for Aberdeen Airport.
HOV / LV Study 2009
Queens Cross Study 2009
Local Development Plan Cumulative Impact Assessment 2010
Bridge of Dee Short Term Slip Lane 2011
A90 (T) Laurencekirk Junctions 2012
Fraserburgh and Peterhead to Aberdeen Strategic Transport Study
In November 2014 Nestrans, the north-east Scotland regional transport partnership, appointed a collaboration of three companies, SIAS, Peter Brett Associates and Natural Capital, to undertake the Fraserburgh and Peterhead to Aberdeen Strategic Transport Study. The purpose of the study is to identify and examine the options for improving strategic transport connections between Fraserburgh, Peterhead and Aberdeen incorporating the Energetica corridor and will cover all modes of transport including rail, bus, road and active travel connections.
Funding was provided by Nestrans and Transport Scotland. The study is being overseen by a client group consisting of Nestrans, Transport Scotland, Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire Councils and is being undertaken in line with Scottish Transport Appraisal Guidance (STAG) and will include consultation with stakeholders, businesses and communities; development and consideration of the objectives for the corridor; and consideration of options across all modes for achieving the objectives set.
The STAG Part 1 appraisal was reported to Nestrans Board in April 2016, following which further consultations were held with bus and rail operators, local authorities and Transport Scotland. In September 2016, the Nestrans Board agreed to undertake further assessment on the costs and benefits and to develop further the main options, including reopening the former railway line between Dyce and Ellon (including consideration of the feasibility of a “Parkway” railhead adjacent to the A90 beyond Ellon) and a roads option with an indicative package containing sections of daulling, junction improvements and safety enhancements on the corridor.
On completion of this work, the outcomes will be considered with an aim to agreeing the options to progress to STAG part 2 appraisal.
Further information, including study reports will be posted on this page as the study progresses.