Road closures and restrictions come into force as Aberdeen prepares to host Offshore Europe
Monday September 2nd 2019 at 11:07 AM
A number of road closures and restrictions are in force across Aberdeen as the city prepares to host the Offshore Europe exhibition.
It’s the first conference to be held at the new £333 mil P&J live and a range of measures will be in place to keep traffic flowing around the city.
Here’s a full list of road closures and also some advice on the best way to get to Europe’s largest oil and gas conference.
Dyce Drive has been closed to traffic between its junctions with the A96 Inverurie Road and Wellheads Drive until 6am on Saturday, 7 September.
Offshore Europe shuttle buses travelling north will be allowed to use the road.
An alternative route via the A96 Inverurie Road, Airport Road and Dyce Drive will be available to motorists.
There is also a restriction on parking on the roads listed below until 4pm on Friday, 6 September, with Aberdeen City Council warning illegally parked vehicles will be removed at the owners expense:
- Market Street, Stoneywood from its western junction with Wellheads Drive to Greenburn Cottage
- Hope Farm Roadfrom the A96 Inverurie Road to the C89C Chapel of Stoneywood-Fairley Road
- Un-named road adjacent to Stoneywood Cricket Club, Stoneywood, for its entire length
- Wellheads Drivefrom its northern junction with Wellheads Crescent to Farburn Terrace
The roads listed below will have parking restrictions on them between 10am and 4pm on the 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th of September:
- Un-named roads within the Rowett South housing development to the west of Hope Farm Road
- East Side Gardens for its entire length
- Forrit Brae for its entire length
- Hopetoun Grange for its entire length
- Hopecroft Road for its entire length
- Hopecroft Crescent for its entire length
- Hopecroft Walk for its entire length
- Hopecroft Avenue for its entire length
- Hopecroft Drive for its entire length
- Hopecroft Terrace for its entire length
- Hopecroft Gardens for its entire length
- Sclattie Park between the A96 Inverurie Road and Hopetoun Grange
- Stoneyton Cottages for its entire length
- Stoneyton Terrace for its entire length
- Bankhead Avenue for its entire length
- Bankhead Road between Greenburn Drive and Bankhead Avenue
- Greenburn Drive from the U52C Stoneywood Road to Bankhead Avenue
- Greenburn Park for its entire length
- Greenburn Road for its entire length
- Millhill Brae for its entire length
- U52C Stoneywood Road from the rail bridge to Bankhead Road
- Waterton Road for its entire length
- Lade Crescent for its entire length
- Brimmond View for its entire length
- Craibstone Avenue for its entire length
- Ruthriehill Road for its entire length
- Market Street, Stoneywood between its junctions with Wellheads Drive and Stoneywood Road
- Auchriny Circle for its entire length
- Phoenix Place for its entire length
Parking on site has been restricted to pre-booked registered exhibitors and delegates and is expected to be fully allocated – you can pre-book parking on the P&J live website here.
A number of hydrogen powered shuttle buses will be in use to ferry people to and from the P&J Live.
Bus Station A –
Bus Station A services free shuttle buses to and from Aberdeen City centre, Aberdeen International Airport and the park-and-rides in Bridge of Don, Kingwells and Craibstone.
Bus Station B –
Bus Station B services free shuttle buses to and from the official event hotels and local oil and gas companies.
PARK & RIDE
Motorists will be able to use the park-and-ride facilities in Bridge of Don, Kingwells and Craibstone free of charge.
A regular bus service operates every 15 minutes to and from the exhibition.
Parking for disabled blue badge holders is accessible via gate 3 and gate 6 and this is adjacent to the exhibition main entrance.
TAXI PICK-UP/DROP-OFF POINT
A dedicated Taxi pick-up and drop –off point will operate outside the Hall 1 entrance.