Work on a new link road to bypass the notorious Haudagain Roundabout in Aberdeen is to force the partial closure of some roads nearby.
Traffic Scotland says one lane of the A92 North Anderson Drive will be closed in both directions where it meets the roundabout during the next four weekends.
These will begin at 7pm on the Friday, allowing for 24-hour working until 7am on the Monday.
Additionally, one of the southbound lanes of the road will be closed for 10 days from Monday, July 27.
A Transport Scotland spokesman said: “The works being undertaken on the A92 North Anderson Drive are necessary to progress the improvement project and have been planned to minimise disruption to road users as much as possible.
“We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank the public for their continued patience and co-operation.
“We would ask drivers to approach the area with caution and continue to be mindful of the safety of our workforce as you drive though this area.”