An exhibition is to take place this week regarding options to improve safety at a notorious A90 junction.
The preferred option for the flyover at Laurencekirk was to be on display at the town’s Memorial Hall from noon.
Transport Scotland’s bid is for the A937 being carried over the A90 on a new bridge with a roundabout either side.
A link road would provide replacement access to Johnston Lodge and Johnston Mains from the eastern roundabout.
The centre and north junctions at Laurencekirk from the A90 would remain open.
Three options had been put on display last year for members of the community to have their say.
Campaigners have been calling for a flyover at the A90/A937 road for nearly 15 years.
Jill Fotheringham from Laurencekirk, who spearheaded the campaign, welcomed the junction option at the first exhbition in July.