The information shown below details all changes to roads and any traffic management in place, with dates and specific areas impacted. Please click on the maps to see full details of the road sections affected.
|Traffic Management||Countesswells Road and the C128c Kingshill to Cults road||Intermittently on until end of May||
Works are still continuing on Countesswells Road and the C128c Kingshill to Cults road under off peak traffic lights.
Off- Peak is from 9.30 till 3.30 during week days or all weekend.
The C128c Kingshill to Cults road will have these intermittently on until end of May
Countesswells Rd should be clear after next week when testing works are completed.
|Traffic Management||C128c Kingshill-Cults Road and Countesswells Road||From 22nd March 2017||
We wish to advise you that WM Donald Ltd are installing temporary traffic lights at the north end of the C128c, just on the bend between Kingshill House and Osborne and on a section of the Countesswells Road by Hazlehead Golf and Denwood TS Centre.
These are very short term and temporary measures as the contractor prepares the site for the diversion of overhead cables by SSEN in the area.
Please take care when driving and we thank you for your cooperation.
|Traffic Management||Countesswells Road Eastward||23rd January 2017 to 26th March 2017||
W M Donald Ltd will be crossing over Craigton Road on Wednesday 1st February 2017, which will restrict traffic to Craigton road from the East.
They will then be carrying out work in this area for the rest of the week. They will then go back to the city side and work from East to West.
Aberdeen City Council will be resigning the diversion. They will keep access open for the residents but closed to through traffic, in line with the road closure.
If anything changes W M Donald Ltd, will provide further updatesand this website will be updated accordingly.
Thank you for your patience as the works in this area are very challenging.
|Traffic Management||ROAD OPEN – C128c Cults-Kingshill Road, Aberdeen||Road Open from 23rd December 2016||
W M Donald Ltd lifted the current road closure on the above road, on the 23rd of December 2016. The road is now open to the public and subject to increased traffic volumes.
There will be ongoing works continuing to the roadway, footpath and verges for some time and these will be carried out under traffic lights for the safety of the public and the workforce.
Please note there have been amendments to the existing road layout and signage, and care should be exercised by traffic negotiating this road.
W M Donald Ltd would also note that further road closures will be progressed on Countesswells Road from the 16th January 2017 for some 8 weeks to complete the off-site infrastructure works for the development. Signed diversion routes will be in place for these closures.
We understand the road closure impacted greatly on the residents and businesses and we thank you for your patience during the works.
|Traffic Management||C128c Kingshill-Cults Road||18:00 on Sunday 11th December 2016, until 18:00 on Friday 23rd December 2016.||
Please be advised the contractor WM Donald Ltd have applied for an extension to the road closure on the C128c.
To whom it may concern,
W M Donald Ltd have been granted a temporary extension to restrict traffic on the above roadway. This is to allow continued installation of infrastructure as instructed by Countesswells Development Limited and ensure that dilapidation works are carried out to Aberdeen City Councils satisfaction. We hope not to use the full extension of this road closure timescale and will keep you informed of road opening times and any diversions.
In order to ensure the safety of the public and our workforce it is necessary to prohibit driving on C128C Cults-Kingshill, Aberdeen between its junctions with the C127C Blacktop Road and Kingswells Roundabout.
The extension is from 18:00 on Sunday 11th December 2016, until 18:00 on Friday 23rd December 2016.
Advanced warning signs will be placed.
A signed diversion route will be in place during the closure, via Countesswells Road, Springfield Road, Queen’s Road or Blacktop Road to Westhill.
For residents whose paths or driveways land within the closure, specific arrangements will be made to maintain access to your property.
We apologise for any continued inconvenience caused during these essential works.
W M Donald Ltd