A number of traffic restrictions will be in place around the beach area this weekend for the Baker Hughes 10k.
Thousands of runners and spectators are expected to attend the Sport Aberdeen event which takes place on Sunday.
Organisers are warning people to plan their journeys in advance, with additional crowds for the SPL fixture between Aberdeen and Ross County anticipated.
Kicking off at the Race Village on Beach Boulevard, the scenic race route will take runners out towards Aberdeen Harbour before heading along the Beach Esplanade and looping back round the King’s Links golf course.
From 6am the Beach Esplanade from King Street at Bridge of Don to New Pier Road and Pittodrie Street will be closed, reopening in the afternoon.
Beach Boulevard from Links Road to the Beach Esplanade will be closed from 8am until 2pm, with the road from Links Road to Wellington Street closed until noon.
Elsewhere a number of other routes will be closed to traffic from 9am until 10.30am to make way for the crowds, including Wellington Street to Waterloo Quay, York Place heading to York Street, Pocra Quay and New Pier Road.
There will be no traffic access on Commerce Street southbound from Virginia Street and Miller Street to Waterloo Quay.
Regent Walk at Golf Road eastbound, and Seaton Crescent to Seaton Road, Seaton Drive, Seaton Walk to King Street will all be closed from 8am to 1pm.