Two new bus services will start later this month using the AWPR.
A local politician has called on the Scottish Government to go “back to the drawing board” on a promise to improve rail links between Aberdeen and the Central Belt.
The final section of the Aberdeen bypass is not expected to open until January.
Mearns councillors are hosting a public meeting next week to discuss the impact of road closures in the area.
Transport Scotland has announced that new sections of the delayed Aberdeen bypass will open on Wednesday morning.
The next phase of a £350,000 project to safeguard the embankment beside the A90 at Bridge of Muchalls is due to get under way next week.
A local MSP has asked the Scottish Government to declare when it will start a Mearns fly-over local people have been waiting for 14 years.
Work started this week to install monitoring equipment on a Mearns road bridge as part of efforts to protect it from the impact of heavy vehicles using it in contravention of weight limits.
North-East MSPs have met Transport Secretary Michael Matheson to emphasise the urgency of work to ensure the Aberdeen bypass is opened as soon as possible.
Work gets under this evening on resurfacing a section of the A90 south of Stonehaven.
Speed cameras on the A90 between Stonehaven and Dundee are the most active in Scotland.
Disruption to rail services between Aberdeen and Dundee is continuing following a derailment at Stonehaven on Wednesday.
Major disruption to rail services between Aberdeen and Dundee is continuing following a derailment at Stonehaven.
ScotRail has announced timetable improvements which are set to give a significant boost to the Mearns.
The busy Banchory to Fettercairn road has reopened two weeks ahead of schedule after a bridge was extensively damaged.
A councillor has claimed Stagecoach is “bypassing” communities under proposals for a new service to Aberdeen airport.
A councillor has welcomed confirmation that Stagecoach is to offer students increased discounts on travel, but has warned that the bus company has to provide an improved service for inland Mearns residents.
The Scottish Government has been accused of “losing all control” of the Aberdeen bypass project.
Speed limits on the Aberdeen bypass are expected to last for three months once the road is open.
A local politician has called for the speedy delivery of the long-awaited Laurencekirk junction upgrade.