Motorists on the A830 Road to the Isles in Lochaber are being warned to expect overnight road closures to allow for urgent resurfacing work – starting on Sunday.
Work to the east Dearg and the west of Glenfinnan, is due to run from Sunday until Tuesday June 21.
And resurfacing of the Caol Farmfoods junction will take place on Wednesday, June 22, and Thursday, June 23.
Truck roads maintenance agency Bear Scotland said the improvements, costing £353,000, were required due to deterioration of these areas during the past winter.
Bear’s north west representative, Eddie Ross said: “These urgent resurfacing works have been brought forward in our roadworks schedule as conditions over the winter period have had a serious impact on the road surface particularly at these locations.
“We’ve taken steps to minimise disruption where possible during these works by planning the work to take place overnight and making provisions for motorists to pass through the works at approximately hourly intervals.
“We encourage motorists to plan their journeys ahead where possible and allow for extra time to reach their destination.”
The Dearg and Glenfinnan projects will involve closing the A830 Fort William to Mallaig road between Glenfinnan and Dearg from 9pm and 6am on eight nights, avoiding Friday and Saturday nights.
Traffic will be allowed to pass through the site at hourly intervals or when it is safe to do so.
And at the Farmfoods junction the work will be carried out between 7pm and 6am each night.
The A830 will remain open with temporary traffic lights in place, but the junction will be closed during the working hours, so it can also be resurfaced, and a signed diversion will be in place.