Great Response to travel route study for a cycle path linking Kingswells and Westhill.

Categories: Kingswells | Author: Administrator | Posted: 17/02/2020 | Views: 511

Nestrans thanks the public for all the comments received on the Placecheck survey map. These will all help better inform their findings. Many people got involved so they kept in open over the weekend too. 

A944 Active Travel Route Study

Nestrans, working with Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeenshire Council and Sustrans have commissioned a study to explore options for upgrading the active travel route on the A944 between Westhill and Kingswells. The study is being progressed in line with national, regional and local policy objectives to increase levels of active travel and reduce private car journeys.

AECOM has been commissioned to undertake this study.

Gathering views from the public is an essential element of the study and we are keen for you to provide comments via this Placecheck tool. The tool gives you the opportunity to detail what you like about the route, what you don’t like and what you would like to see improved to enhance active travel opportunities between Westhill and Kingswells.

Comments offered on the Placecheck tool may be used in the final reporting for this project. While all comments and contributors are publicly visible on the Placecheck tool, names of contributors will not be used in final reports. This tool will be available until Friday 14 February 2020.

The comments that you provide will only be used by Nestrans, Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeenshire Council, Sustrans and AECOM to inform the development of this project. The personal data you provide when you register with this project-specific Placecheck tool (name and e-mail address) will only be used for the purposes of this Placecheck exercise. The Placecheck privacy policy is available at


How to Placecheck

  1. Register by clicking the link at the top-right of the screen (if you have not already done so).
  2. Log in. This will make the Placecheck buttons appear.
  3. Click on the button for the type of marker you would like to add - the green button for ‘Add something I like’, the red button for ‘Add something I don’t like’, and the orange button for ‘Something we need to work on’.
  4. Click on the map where you want to make a comment.
  5. Click on ‘Save to map’.
  6. In the box that opens, write the title (e.g. ‘Park gates’ or ‘Litter’) and under ‘Description’ write what you want to say about it.
  7. Click on Save.

You can return to your marker later to edit or delete it, but you cannot edit or delete a marker that someone else has posted.

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