Councillors have sought assurances that traffic chaos will be avoided as a major football match takes place.
Aberdeen FC play Celtic at Pittodrie tomorrow and about 2,000 visiting supporters are predicted to make the journey.
Many are expected to travel from Glasgow to Aberdeen by coach as midweek rail services are in short supply.
Councillors had expressed concerns that traffic problems could occur if coaches follow the usual signposted route for coaches, as there are ongoing roadworks in the Park Road area, close to Pittodrie.
Coaches travelling on Park Street on to Park Road would be faced with a closed road and would then have to turn around at City Hospital.
The roadworks, which started on October 13, are to fit traffic lights at the junction of Park Road and Urquhart Road after the opening of the Ocean residential development by Barratt Homes.
That work will go on until November 5, but Aberdeen City Council has now told police the road will temporarily reopen to allow coaches to pass along the usual route.
Before high-profile matches, representatives of Aberdeen FC meet with police to agree a policing plan for the fixture.
A Police Scotland spokeswoman said: “The roadworks will be lifted between 4pm tomorrow until 6am on Thursday. There is a public notice available, which clarifies this.”
It is understood Aberdeen FC officials have been in contact with their counterparts at Celtic to make them aware of coach access points so traffic runs smoothly tomorrow night.
As is normal for all match days, vehicles will be prevented from parking on a section of Park Road and Seaforth Road to ensure traffic can flow smoothly in both directions.
Councillor Michael Hutchison, SNP representative for George Street/Harbour, said he was pleased traffic chaos would be averted by the road reopening.
He added: “It’s welcome that the council and developers have managed to work together to make sure this junction is reopened during a big game.”