A £750,000 improvement project on a north-east bridge has finished – ending nine weeks of delays for drivers.
Cowie Bridge on the A90 near Stonehaven had a contraflow in place leading to a number of drivers using the seaside town to avoid the roadworks.
Drivers have been thanked for their patience over the past few months.
A spokesman for BEAR Scotland, said: “We thank road users for their patience while these essential works have been progressed.”
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Major improvements had been scheduled to take place last year but due to the final stages of the construction of the AWPR, the work was postponed to a later date to minimise disruption for road users.
The work involved waterproofing the bridge and upgrading the central reservation barriers.