Two north-east roads are to be closed to allow key Aberdeen bypass work to go ahead.
The Chapel of Stoneywood road and the nearby Tulloch Road will shut from 5am on Monday till 10pm the following day.
This is to allow a new bridge to be linked between both roads as part of the AWPR project.
During the closure, there will be diversions in place allowing motorists who use the roads to take alternative routes.
Drivers heading south between Chapel of Stoneywood and Tulloch roads should head towards the A96 Aberdeen to Inverurie road, before following Kepplehills and Newhills roads.
Motorists travelling north should complete the journey in reverse.
Meanwhile, there will also be a diversion while Tulloch Road is closed.
Anyone travelling north on the Chapel of Stoneyood road should travel along the A96 before turning off at Tyrebagger.
They should then join the Borrowstone Road where they can either rejoin the Tulloch Road or continue south to the A944 Westhill to Aberdeen road.
Drivers heading west along the Tulloch Road should join the Borrowstone Road and then use the A944 to head south or use the B979 to head north.