Aberdeen's Haudagain roundabout: Work 'within two years'

Haudagain roundabout The Haudagain roundabout is a notorious traffic bottleneck

Aberdeen City Council is to press ahead with improvements to one of the city's worst traffic problem areas within two years.

The Haudagain roundabout vote followed a heated debate in the council chamber over what the work could mean to the lives of people living locally.

The roundabout, at the bottom of Anderson Drive, is a notorious bottleneck.

The £3m design contract was awarded to Jacobs in April.

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