Proposed Cycle Route | From the Bridge of Dee to RGU

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Aberdeen City Council is looking at the final phase of the City Centre to RGU cycle path project.  

The first route that is being considered by the Transport Strategy and Programmes Team is the riverside option where pedestrians and cyclists can go along the River Dee to RGU. The route will also help to show Aberdeen’s green spaces and lovely views. The second option is to build a form of infrastructure along the existing Garthdee Road for people to cycle and walk on.  

Your views and opinions are important for this project and in helping to decide on what route will be used to serve the staff and students as well as the general public to and from RGU.  

For enquiries please contact rumilne@aberdeencity.gov.uk 

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