A road policing operation to tackle speeding and inappropriate driving saw over 50 motorists stopped and engaged with on the A947 between Aberdeen and Banff.
Police Scotland is appealing for witnesses after a serious collision on the A947 between Fyvie and Oldmeldrum, near to Hillhead of Tulloch.
Police Scotland is appealing for information after a 53-year-old man died in a one-vehicle collision on the A947 Turriff to Banff road on Sunday, July 29, 2018
Police Scotland was called to a one-vehicle collision near to King Edward parish church just before 8:30 pm on Sunday night.
Aberdeenshire Council Highways Department has planned a week of traffic chaos in the Turriff, Banff and Foggie areas as a pre-Christmas gift to local residents and commuters.
The A947 is scheduled to be closed between Don Bridge to Fountain Equestrian Centre from 8 pm on Friday until 6 am on Monday. The 35 Inverness to Aberdeen bus service will also be affected.
If you are thinking of travelling into Aberdeen this weekend plan ahead, the A947 is closed at Dyce for work on the AWPR.
The busy A947 is being closed for resurfacing work between Birkenhills and Lower Woodtown this weekend. The diversion routes are Northbound Diversion via A947, B992, B9001, B9024 Southbound Diversion via B9170 to New Deer and Oldmeldrum
There has been a two vehicle accident on the unclassified road between the B9105 and the Delgaty road near to the entrance for Delgatie Castle. Four people are believed to be injured, one seriously. The Air Ambulance is in attendance at the scene along with ambulances, Police Scotland and Scottish Fire & Rescue. The Delgaty […]
Police Scotland is reporting that one of its police vans was involved in a collision with another vehicle today, 14 August, on the A947 Turriff to Banff Road at around 8.40am.