A slip road is expected to close this weekend for bypass works on a busy North-east route.
The A90 southbound junction at Newburgh will shut tomorrow for surfacing work at 8pm.
As part of the scheduled roadworks the realigned Tarty Road will also close.
To gain access to the B9000 east during the closure, drivers should continue to travel southbound on the A90 until they reach the A975 Newburgh Junction where they should then turn left and join the A975 north towards Newburgh.
Drivers will then be directed to rejoin the B9000 east of the closure.
A Transport Scotland spokesman said: “The temporary closure of the A90 southbound diverge slip road at Tipperty is necessary to enable the contractor to complete surfacing works in this area.
“Road users should plan their journeys in advance so that they can reach their destination safely.”
The road is expected to reopen on Friday.