Commuters are being warned of a series of lane closures in Aberdeen as work continues to overhaul the Haudagain roundabout.
For the next three weekends, sections of the A92 North Anderson Drive and the A96 Auchmill Road are being shut to allow for essential utility diversions.
The work has been planned to be carried out during the weekend to avoid disruption to road users at peak times.
One lane will be closed at each location on the date assigned by transport chiefs.
The first of three closures will begin this weekend, with the A92 North Anderson Drive northbound carriageway closed between the junction with Middlefield Place and the Haudagain.
The closure also includes the A96 Auchmill Road westbound carriageway from the roundabout to west of the junction with Manor Drive.
Further works are also planned for November 16 and 17 and November 23 and 24.
A Transport Scotland spokesman said: “We would ask road users to drive with care on the approach to the Haudagain roundabout.
“Our contractor has programmed the work to take place over three weekends to minimise disruption during peak periods.
“Transport Scotland and its contractor would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank the public for their patience and continued co-operation.”
Completion of the project is expected in spring 2021.