Yellow bar markings are to be added to one of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route’s junctions.
The ‘rumble strip’ markings will be installed on the approaches to the roundabout at Cleanhill junction, which provides road users with the link between Stonehaven, Charleston and Craibstone.
Since a large portion of the road opened last month, Aberdeen Roads Limited, Transport Scotland and the police have been monitoring it.
A spokesman for Transport Scotland said: “Given the significant change in the network, users have been regularly reminded to drive safely, observe all signage and be considerate of other road users.
“However it is clear a small minority are not taking due notice of advanced warning signs at the junction and reducing their speed accordingly.”
Adding the new markings will involve works on the road surface, so lane closures will be in place each night from around 7pm until 6am the following morning from Monday 21 January until Friday 25 January.
The speed limit will be reduced to 50mph in the vicinity of the works to enhance everyone’s safety.