Motorists in Peterhead can expect to face delays next month as telecoms works close a busy road for several days.
Wright Traffic Management will be carrying out the works, which start on Monday November 4.
They will take place between the Kirk Street roundabout and the junction at Cairntrodle and will require a road closure to protect the public and teams.
There will be a lane closure for traffic heading westbound and a prohibition of waiting on both sides.
Access will be provided to emergency vehicles as well as motorists requiring access to properties near the site while the works are underway.
The firm has, however, warned that this may be subject to delay until the road is cleared to allow safe passage through the works.
Site notices will be erected indicating a temporary restriction to traffic and alternative routes where possible.
The road through Peterhead town centre is used by many to reach popular visitor attractions such as Slains Castle and Newburgh beach.
The diversion route for motorists when work begins next month will includesKing Street, Balmoor Terrace, Queen Street, Windmill Road and West Road.
Any queries regarding the upcoming road closure in Peterhead should be directed to Wright Traffic Management.