A stretch of the A90 will have a convoy system in place overnight twice this weekend to allow Aberdeen bypass workers to carry out “essential white lining works”.
The road at Blackdog will be have the restrictions between 10pm on Saturday and 6am on Sunday, and again between 10pm on Sunday and 6am on Monday.
The system will mean motorists will be stopped at temporary traffic lights before being escorted through the area at 10mph to help keep workers safe.
A Transport Scotland spokesman said: “These traffic management measures on the A90 at Blackdog will enable the contractor to undertake necessary lining works.
“These works will bring drivers into close proximity with road workers, so we would also like to encourage road users to apply more caution than usual when driving through or nearby this section of the A90.
“Road users should also observe all road signage to enhance their safety, as well as the safety of others.
“Anyone planning to use the A90 at Blackdog during this period should build in the possibility of a short delay so that they can reach their destination on time.
“We would like to thank road users for their continued patience and support during the construction of this major infrastructure project.”