Several roads in the North-east will be closed at the weekend to allow for the demolition of a flyover.
The northbound carriageway bridge on the A90 at Stonehaven will be removed over the weekend as part of the AWPR works.
It is expected traffic will be switched from using the A90 northbound carriageway at Stonehaven to the newly constructed A90 southbound carriageway between noon tomorrow and 6am tomorrow.
To allow for the pulling down of the bridge, the B979 between New Mains of Ury and Glenury Road will close from around 8pm on Friday until around 6am on Monday.
The slip road from the B979 at New Mains of Ury to the northbound A90 will be unaffected, however, there will be no access to the A90 via the new southbound slip road which will be closed for the duration of the works.
Diversions will be in place as a result of the closures.
People using the A90 from Stonehaven should travel via B979 David Street, Allardice Street and then the A957 Bridgefield, Dunnottar Avenue up to Glasslaw Junction.
While those heading south into Stonehaven via the B979 should turn left at New Mains of Ury to join the A90 heading northwards towards Aberdeen.
They should then leave the A90 at the Newtonhill flyover junction and re-join the A90 heading south.
A Transport Scotland spokesman said: “By moving traffic over to the southbound carriageway at Stonehaven, the contractor is aiming to undertake the demolition of the existing A90 northbound carriageway bridge this weekend.
“However, the demolition works will only progress if weather conditions are favourable over the next few days.
“These works will be taking place in close proximity to the A90 southbound carriageway, which will remain open.
“We would therefore like to remind road users to apply more caution than usual when driving near these works for their own safety and the safety of the workforce.
“We would also like to encourage road users to observe all road signage and to allow more time than usual for their journey.
“Road users may also find it useful to plan their journeys in advance by reviewing the general traffic management information on the AWPR/B-T project site and both the Aberdeen City Council and Aberdeenshire Council websites.”