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Offline rocket_scientist

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Re: Holy Mother of Jesus: AWPR Approved
« Reply #200 on: March 10, 2019, 07:42:33 AM »
The reduction in traffic at the Brig o Dee at peak times is significant.

The AWPR is a wonderful thing.
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Re: Holy Mother of Jesus: AWPR Approved
« Reply #201 on: Yesterday at 12:56:07 PM »
Have any Aberdeen residents noted a reduction in the rushhour gridlock on great southern road during the week or is it still best to avoid it between 430 & 7pm on weekdays?
literally everywhere has seen a staggering reduction in travel times, with one exception - the on/off roundabout for Westhill/Kingswells at the 5 Mile has seen much longer queues on that stretch of road. Oh how I'm laughing at the W.A.N.K.S  :rofl:

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Re: Holy Mother of Jesus: AWPR Approved
« Reply #202 on: Yesterday at 01:00:24 PM »
Still trying to work out what or where Cleanhill was pre Bypass   ???
It's basically the top end of Ffortesque-Smyth's estate eh? The toff who was so against the AWPR he got the first route blocked, which wasn't going through his land, only for the amended route to go right past his stately home and through his land  :thumbsup: :rofl:  and where some back roads around Maryculter went. If you weren't local you'd unlikely to have ever been there.

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Re: Holy Mother of Jesus: AWPR Approved
« Reply #203 on: Yesterday at 05:34:00 PM »
It's basically the top end of Ffortesque-Smyth's estate eh? The toff who was so against the AWPR he got the first route blocked, which wasn't going through his land, only for the amended route to go right past his stately home and through his land  :thumbsup: :rofl:  and where some back roads around Maryculter went. If you weren't local you'd unlikely to have ever been there.

 Is that the big miserable looking granite building up the hill.Driven round most of those roads but never knew that place was there. Lol at the re route looking into his living room  :laughing:
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