Road and transport works totalling £10.6 million have been approved for Aberdeen.
The 2019/20 programme includes the resurfacing of carriageways and footways, refurbishing crossings, lighting improvements, pothole repairs, flooding and coastal protection measures, and support for cycling and walking.
The council’s city growth committee approved a list of schemes drawn up by officers following road and infrastructure surveys.
Committee convener Douglas Lumsden said: “The programme is in line with our transportation strategy to improve safety for all road users.
“Communities across the city will benefit from this investment – in the city centre, at the beach and in dozens of residential streets. ”
An estimated £1 million will be used to replace obsolete lighting columns and a further £1.5 million to change existing lanterns to cheaper, low-energy LED lighting.
The programme includes £400,000 to continue upgrading of traffic light systems, which will reduce delays caused by breakages and sourcing outdated parts.
A further £50,000 will be used for the continuation of Dyce Drive cycle/pedestrian route.