Drivers will face delays this summer with the closure of a major Aberdeen route.
Sewer works will take place over six weeks on a stretch of the A92 Blackdog to Aberdeen road at the Parkway in Bridge of Don.
WM Donald will carry out the works for the nearby CALA housing development, starting on Friday, July 5.
The operation will be done in three phases, with traffic measures in place while it is ongoing and the road will be shut in both directions between Laurel Drive and Gordon Brae for up to seven days.
Once those works are complete, it will be reopened to northbound traffic only for four weeks, but will subsequently close again in both directions for a week.
Bridge of Don councillor John Reynolds said the roadworks would cause tailbacks.
He added: “People will be facing lengthy delays.
“Fortunately, we are coming into the school holidays, so people won’t need to deal with the school run, but people will still need to go to work.
“I don’t know where we would be without the Diamond Bridge.
“If we didn’t have it, we would have been totally isolated with only one bridge to cross.”
A traffic order on Aberdeen City Council’s website said: “Access to properties will be maintained.
“The measures are necessary to protect public safety during sewer installation works for a new development.
“Any queries regarding this restriction can be directed to WM Donald on 01569 730590, or email@example.com.”
A diversion will be put in place via Gordon Brae, Gordon’s Mills Road, Tillydrone Avenue, Tillydrone Road, St Machar Drive, Great Northern Road and Mugiemoss Road.