Road closures are being put in place as Aberdeen gears up for Hogmanay.
Aberdeen is set to bring in the New Year in style and residents and visitors are being urged to take public transport.
Restrictions will be in place on a number of streets on the day of the event.
There are also a number of parking restrictions and one-way systems being implemented by the local authority.
From 1pm on Hogmanay road closures will take place on Upperkirkgate, Schoolhill, Blackfriars Street, St Andrews Street, Rosemount Viaduct between Schoolhill and Union Terrace slip road, Belmont Street, Gaelic Lane and Back Wynd.
At 10pm more closures will be put in place until 6am on New Year’s Day.
That includes Upperkirkgate, Harriet Street, Crooked Lane, Rosemount Viaduct between Skene Street and Blackfriars Street, Union Terrace, Back Wynd, Diamond Place, Bridge Place and Bath Street.
A temporary one-way system will be in place from 1pm until 10pm on Little Belmont Street for taxis travelling eastbound and St Catherines Wynd.
Parking restrictions will be in place from 6pm on Saturday, December 30 to 6am, Monday, January 1 on Diamond Street, Bridge Street and Union Terrace.
Councillor Marie Boulton, Aberdeen City Council’s culture spokeswoman, urged people to visit the council website for up to date information.
She said: “We would encourage everyone to take advantage of public transport to get to the event safely and to visit the Aberdeen City Council website for details of road closures.”
The Christmas Village on Broad Street, which is run by Aberdeen Inspired is set to remain open until 2am so revellers can enjoy ice-skating, funfair rides, food and drink.
It is the first time the Christmas Village has been located on Broad Street.
Cllr Boulton added that Aberdeen will have a festive atmosphere on the night.
She said: “We have an exciting line-up for the Hogmanay Celebrations on Schoolhill this year, with The Mersey Beatles and The Banjo Lounge 4, there is sure to be a great party atmosphere in the city.”
For more information on the Hogmanay celebrations across Aberdeen visit bit.ly/2BmDxIT