Slip roads from the A90 at Charleston will be shut this weekend for finishing touches by Aberdeen bypass workers.
The northbound slip road connecting the A90 to Wellington Road, and southbound slip road connecting Wellington Road to the A90 will both be shut between 8pm on Friday until 6am on Sunday.
The following diversions will be signposted:
- Road users on the A956 wishing to travel south will be diverted onto the A90 northbound merge to join the A90 northbound. They should continue until they reach the Bridge of Dee, where they can turn and rejoin the A90 southbound carriageway.
- Road users who would normally use the A90 northbound diverge to join the A956 should continue on the A90 north to Bridge of Dee, where they can turn and re-join the A90 southbound before leaving to join the A956 Wellington Road.
A Transport Scotland spokesperson said: “There will be temporary traffic management affecting the A956/A90 slip roads at Charleston from 8pm on Friday July 20 until 6am Sunday July 22.
“We would like to remind all road users to observe all signage and drive with caution.
“The contractor has been working closely with Police Scotland and the local authority to ensure that road users have an alternative route available to them whilst these slip roads are closed, while maintaining the safety of road users and road workers.
“We would like to thank road users and the local community for their on-going support and patience during the construction works.”