Councillors have rubber-stamped a £10.6 million plan to repair roads across Aberdeen.
Aberdeen City Council was given the green light to spend the cash to tackle road repairs, potholes and invest in footpaths as part of its 2019-20 budget.
The council’s city growth and resources committee approved a list of schemes drawn up by officers following road and infrastructure surveys.
The Evening Express previously revealed a list of routes the administration was looking to tackle, including Union Terrace, Wellington Road and South Esplanade West.
Committee convener Councillor Douglas Lumsden said: “The programme is in line with our transportation strategy to improve safety for all road users.
“Communities across the city will benefit from this investment – in the city centre, at the beach and in dozens of residential streets.
“Despite budget pressures, we’re maintaining and upgrading our infrastructure.
“Last year, we committed an extra £10m to roads maintenance over four years and we’re using £2.5m from that to boost our spend in 2019/20.”
This year’s investment comes after council bosses previously pledged a separate £10m pot to tackle troublesome routes.
On Wellington Road, both the Souter Head Road roundabout and the northbound carriageway between the Nigg roundabout and the Souter Head Road roundabout would be resurfaced.
The slip road off Rosemount Viaduct would also be repaired.
The King’s Gate/Queen’s Road roundabout, Gallowgate car park and Westburn Road are other roads all identified for resurfacing work along with Grampian Road, Golf Road, Linksfield Road and St Machar Road.
The work identified by council officers to come out of the £10.6m budget for this financial year would see £2.3m spent on carriageway resurfacing, £2.5m on lighting improvements and £588,000 on pavement repairs.