Drivers have been warned over potential delays with a lane closure set to be put in place on a busy Aberdeen road.
A contraflow will be installed on the A96 beside Dyce Drive for three weeks next month.
Work on the £333 million Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre – which is being mainly carried out by contractor The Robertson Group – has led to either partial or full closures of the route since October between Wellheads Drive and the A96.
Dyce Drive was scheduled to fully reopen on December 8, but this had to be postponed due to winter weather affecting work until December 18.
The road had reopened to traffic heading towards the airport over the festive period, but more closures are expected to take place in the new year.
The westbound carriageway on the A96 will be closed, and a contraflow will be in place on the eastbound carriageway for motorists heading in both directions for up to three weeks starting on January 9.
Councillor Avril MacKenzie, who represents the Dyce, Bucksburn and Danestone ward, said she hoped this would be the final closure facing the road.
She said: “The closures have been unavoidable for the works to take place.
“People will remember how bad the road was before the new airport road opened and queues all the way back to the Bucksburn police station were very common.
“I have to give praise to the contractor Robertson’s as they have been very good in keeping local residents up to date on the closures.”