A major stretch of the Aberdeen bypass is now open.
The 32km stretch connects Stonehaven, Charleston, Deeside, Kingswells and Dyce and represents more than half of the entire project.
The new road will be known as the A90 and, once complete, will stretch from Stonehaven in the south, passed Dyce, before heading north westerly across the Don and towards Blackdog, where it will join with the new Balmedie to Tipperty dual carriageway.
The phased opening of the Aberdeen bypass will see the seven new junctions opened one-by-one tomorrow morning.
With the help of drone footage and animations showing how the landscape has changed, we’ve detailed each of the junctions – and the communities they will connect – below.