The station venture value £ 14.5 million is funded by the businesses Transport Scotland, Aberdeenshire Council and Nestrans.
The brand new station is designed to permit an trade between rail and street. It should have about 170 parking areas, bicycle storage and a connection to the native bus community. There will likely be no-walk entry between the platforms by a walkway with elevators.
The station will likely be constructed within the subsequent 12 months and is predicted to be operational in Could 2020. All Aberdeen-Inverness trains will likely be calling.
The primary station of Kintore was opened in 1854, however was closed in 1964 as a part of the Beeching reductions. The reopening of Kintore was made doable by double monitoring the road between Aberdeen-Inverurie, supplied as a part of the Aberdeen-Inverness Enchancment Undertaking.
Graeme Stewart, Community Rail's lead sponsor, mentioned: "BAM Nuttall, as the primary contractor for the Aberdeen-Inverness Enchancment Undertaking, is completely positioned to offer this new facility. doable."