A public toilet block near to the Kessock Bridge will reopen on Friday.
Refurbishment works on the toilets at the A9 southbound North Kessock layby, which have been ongoing for two months, are now complete.
The work was undertaken by the Highland Council, who manage the facility on behalf of Transport Scotland.
Like other public toilets in the region, they will remain open for the tourist season until the end of October.
Transport Scotland is also considering options for longer term plans for the whole site and will work with Highland Council and other stakeholders in developing these.
Transport Scotland’s north area network manager, Jonny Moran, said: “The Kessock toilets needed some urgent repairs and we worked with The Highland Council to have them completed so that the toilets can be used for the next few months.
“We will go on to discuss the long-term future of the building with the council when the summer season is complete.”
Council leader Drew Hendry, also welcomed the news, saying: “I am pleased that the positive discussions that we had with the transport minister, Keith Brown MSP, led to the re-opening of this facility. I am delighted that he listened to our concerns and agreed to assist. We intend to have further discussions to see how we might cooperate to improve aspects of this facility into the future.”