Daily surveys will be carried out at a junction on the new Aberdeen bypass where drivers have faced delays.
Councillors on the city growth and resources committee approved plans in a bid to help junctions on the AWPR.
Traffic surveys conducted on nine junctions have shown the majority have “performed well”, according to a report discussed by councillors.
However, delays and queues have been observed on the slip roads at the South Kingswells junction.
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A report to councillors on the city growth and resources committee said: “These are likely to be occurring as a consequence of the volume of traffic on the A944 not providing the expected frequency of sufficient gaps to allow traffic to enter the roundabout from the diverging slip roads.”
It adds that AWPR technical advisers are conducting daily surveys of the junction to monitor its performance.