Motorists are being warned of roadworks on the A82 in Lochaber which are due to begin next week.
The £370,000 project will see a 4,500ft stretch of the Fort William to Inverness road resurfaced north of the Loch Lochy straight.
Resurfacing is due to start on Monday 7 November and will take up to three weeks to complete.
It will be carried out in two phases with the first section between Monday, November 7 and Friday, November 11 carried out between 7am and 7m with a convoy system.
The second phase will be undertaken overnight between Sunday, November 13 and Friday, Novmber 25.
This will involve an overnight road closure, with traffic being allowed to pass through the site on roughly an hourly basis
Eddie Ross, Bear Scotland’s north west representative, said: “These essential works will improve the road surface at this section of the A82, benefiting road users for years to come.
“We’ve taken steps to limit the overall impact of these works by scheduling the majority of the improvements to take place overnight, and avoiding working on the busier Friday and Saturday nights. We’ve also planned the works to take place outside of the busy peak tourist season to minimise any impact on the local economy.
“Our teams will look to complete the works as quickly and safely as possible, however we would encourage motorists to plan their journeys ahead by checking the Traffic Scotland website for up to date information.”