Laurencekirk junction improvement plans

Lucy Johnston 2020, News

Laurencekirk Junction Improvement Visualisation

Following the publication of draft orders for the A90/A937 Laurencekirk Junction Improvement scheme last month,  plans went on display at a public exhibition in Laurencekirk on Friday, 10 January 2020, for local communities and road users to view, and can now be viewed online.

The plans include a new “full diamond” grade-separated junction layout which carries the realigned A937 over the A90 at the south junction and provides slip roads to and from the A90 dual carriageway for both northbound and southbound traffic.

The scheme also includes shared routes suitable for Non-Motorised Users (NMUs) such as pedestrians and cyclists, from Laurencekirk over the A90 on the A937, as well as parallel to the A90 southbound side to the B9120.

The draft Orders and Environmental Impact Assessment Report are available to view from the Transport Scotland website.

You can also view the exhibition material as well as drone footage of the existing junction and a 3D visualisation of the proposed new junction.