Transport Planning & Engineering have been commissioned by Perth and Kinross Countryside Trust (PKCT) to undertake an options appraisal for the establishment of a Non-Motorised Users (NMU) active travel route from Abernethy Graveyard to Newburgh as part of the strategic active travel route linking Bridge of Earn to Newburgh.

Phase 2B Jamesfield to Newburgh

Active travel routes options from Abernethy to Newburgh being considered

In this document, you'll find full details of the the six options appraised linking Abernethy and Newburgh, including full details of engineers' considerations, route design principles, route scoring, why certain routes were included / excluded, and much more.

 Route 1: Do minimal and utilise the existing A913 carriageway
 Route 2: NMU using the existing A913 north footway and new Mugdrum Estate path
 Route 3: NMU route following south verge of the A913 road corridor.
 Route 4: Create a new NMU to the south of the A913 road corridor.
 Route 5: Follow existing core paths via Ninewells farm.
 Route 6: Remote off-road route north side of A913 adjacent to the River Tay.

Download the Bridge of Earn to Newburgh Phase 2B: Alignment Options Appraisal