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05 Jan 2016
Stagecoach North Scotland have partnered up with Aberdeenshire Council to restore public transport connections between Ballater and Braemar.
As a result of recent flooding the Invercauld Bridge has been closed for emergency repairs and the A93 was washed away at Crathie resulting in Braemar being isolated from the rest of Aberdeenshire.From today, Wednesday 6th January, a free shuttle service will operate between Braemar and Invercauld and another free shuttle service between Invercauld and Ballater (via B976). Passengers will be required to make the shuttle connection by walking over the old Bridge of Dee, adjacent to the closed Invercauld Bridge. The shuttle connection in Ballater will join the mainline service 201 which will allow passengers to connect to Aboyne, Banchory and Aberdeen.