The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route Project is a major transport infrastructure project to take place in and around Aberdeen- Scotland.
The construction joint venture includes Balfour Beatty, Morrison Construction and Carillion.
The project includes 58 km of new road, 40 km of new side roads and 30 km of access tracks. It will include 12 junctions, two river crossings at River Dee and River Don and a bridge over the Aberdeen to Inverness Railway. It also features four major pipeline crossings, three wildlife bridges, and more than 100 other structures.
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The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route Project (AWPR) is a major infrastructure transportation project in and around Aberdeen-Scotland and is a joint venture of Balfour Beatty, Morrison Construction and Carillion.
This giant project, with an estimated cost of $ 1.12 billion, creates an alternative shortcut route between the high-speed dual carriageway and north-south Aberdeen.
The project is supported by the Scotland National Transport Agency and the Scottish government.
AWPR (The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route Project) is a unique transportation project in terms of increasing road safety and accessibility, reducing road congestion and ensuring that the North-East Scotland region remains an important commercial center.
The project includes 58 km of new roads, 40 km of new side roads and 30 km of passageways. At the same time, this project will include four large pipeline crossings, three bridges and more than 100 different structures. After the construction of the new road is completed, it is expected to carry more than 43,000 vehicles per day.
The AWPR project will drastically change the economy of the region by shortening travel times and promoting business growth.