A historic North-east bridge is to close to drivers for the latest stage of a £530,000 reconstruction project.
The Rob Roy Bridge will be shut from 6am on Saturday, November 5, to 5am on Monday, November 7.
It is to allow equipment to be moved in preparation for the next part of the repairs works, which are required to safeguard the crossing’s future structural stability.
Diversion signs will be in place to direct drivers to the alternate route via the B9077 South Deeside Road.
Councillor Ross Grant said, Aberdeen City Council’s transport and regeneration spokesman, said: “Due to the complexities of the work and the restricted nature of the site, these complete closures are necessary to ensure the health and safety of both site workers and drivers.
“We would ask for motorists understanding and patience while these restrictions are in place and to allow extra time for their commute.”
Emergency vehicles will be able to cross under supervision when the bridge is closed and pedestrians will be allowed across at all times.