Supporters of the River Don project insist the bridge would ease traffic congestion, but Labour has long been opposed to the route currently planned at Tillydrone.

SNP councillors in Aberdeen  has made an official request for a special meeting to discuss the future of plans for a new road bridge over the River Don.

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