Work on Aberdeen’s Rob Roy Bridge was to finish tonight after nearly six months of construction work.
Around £530,000 has been spent removing and rebuilding a concrete section of the bridge.
Traffic lights were put in place while work was carried out.
Aberdeen City Council regeneration and transport spokesman, Councillor Ross Grant, said: “It’s fantastic the bridge is to be re-opened again after the £530,000 of reconstruction work.
“The works were very extensive and were necessary to ensure the future safety and integrity of this historic bridge.”