A councillor wants more cameras installed to monitor activity at temporary traffic lights in Aberdeen.
The Milltimber Brae lights are currently operated manually by workers to prevent long tailbacks.
Issues with the length of time cars must wait at the B979 Milltimber Brae road junction have been raised by concerned residents.
Councillor Colin Pike, who represents the North Kincardine ward, believes that extra cameras would help check the real-time situation at the lights.
He said: “The determination of the AWPR and Transport Scotland group is the temporary lights are to remain and that they will be manually operated to cope with peaks of traffic.
“I have e-mailed council and AWPR staff to fully review this, and also to ask that additional cameras be put at this junction so they can observe in real time what is happening.”
It was agreed that as of yesterday, there would be a temporary closure of the southbound lane on the new AWPR link road, with local diversions for road users who want to access the A93 from the new link road.
This will let traffic from the northbound B979 Milltimber Brae road make a right-turn on to the A93 North Deeside Road without having to give way to southbound traffic – allowing traffic more “green time” to pass through the junction.
A Transport Scotland spokesman said: “We would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused by these critical works in Milltimber.
“The contractor will endeavour to complete the works at the earliest opportunity and, in the meantime, we ask that road users allow additional time for their journeys.
“The contractor is working with Aberdeen City Council to develop an interim solution that will reduce congestion in Milltimber where possible.
“The contractor will continue to monitor the junction and will use manual controls, when necessary.”