The Union has been raising the importance of testing for the agricultural workforce at the highest level and the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency.
Network integration means that the station has a prospective opening date of late October following works stopping during lockdown.
Drivers were granted a six-month exemption from MOT testing in March which will now be stopped with mandatory testing to restart for all vehicles.
The site will included one of the largest capacity electric vehicle charging points in Aberdeenshire to date.
Revised proposals have been developed with a focus on people and safety for Banchory, Ellon, Fraserburgh, Inverurie, Peterhead and Stonehaven.
Local authorities are required by law to review the charging scale for taxis every 18 months.
NEITHER woman is believed to be seriously injured.
Councillors agreed that Aberdeenshire should continue to participate in the North East of Scotland Bus Alliance for a further two years.
The Director of Infrastructure Services approved the award of a contract with a value of £101,000 in order to secure better equipment.
Customers making essential journeys via railways must wear face coverings when travelling from Monday, June 22.
Councillors on the Garioch Area committee will be asked next week to approve a study into the creation of a cycle path linking Kintore and Blackburn.