Broadband works are set to close part of a city centre street next month.
Drivers will not be able to travel on Gaelic Lane in Aberdeen due to the Openreach work.
The closure will start on April 9 from 9.30am and will last four days.
Fraser Bell, head of legal and democratic services at Aberdeen City Council, said: “The effect of the order, is to impose a temporary prohibition of driving on Gaelic Lane.
“Access to properties will be maintained, but no through traffic will be possible.
“An alternative route is available via Union Street, Union Terrace, Rosemount Viaduct, Schoolhill, Back Wynd, and Belmont Street.”