A96 Dyce Active Travel Link - Public Consultation

Closed 18 Dec 2022

Opened 25 Nov 2022



Aberdeen City Council is looking to deliver improvements for walking, wheeling and cycling infrastructure along the A96, between Airport Road and Dyce Drive linking with existing infrastructure. The proposed route will link Craibstone Park & Ride, TECA and the existing A96 cycle infrastructure. The key aim of this work is to provide a consistent and coherent active travel network to support east-west movements in this area. This in turn will provide opportunities to link with the developments taking place on both sides of the A96 extending existing cycling infrastructure already in place along the corridor.


The proposed design would provide a shared cycle track throughout the Study Area and would include an improved junction crossing at Walton Road.  Where required Puffin Crossings would be upgraded to Toucan Crossings to link with existing infrastructure.  

The below shows the typical cross-section of the proposed shared cycle track along A96 and an example of how the shared cycle track will look like. 

For further information, download the General Arrangement Plan by clicking on the link at the bottom of this page.

Why your views matter

At this stage, a Feasibility Study and a Walking, Cycling and Horse-Riding Assessment have been undertaken and we are now looking to provide the opportunity for the public to provide feedback on the preferred option proposals before proceeding with technical design.

Please complete the questionnaire by clicking on the link below or if you wish email the design team at RoadsScotland@aecom.com.


  • All Residents
  • Bus Users
  • Cyclists
  • Drivers
  • Pedestrians
  • People With Disabilities
  • Children and Young People
  • Councillors
  • Road Users


  • Cycling
  • Parking
  • Public Transport
  • Roads and Pavements
  • Traffic
  • Transport
  • Travel
  • Walking
  • Disabilities