Motorists in a north-east town face futher disruption and diversions this weekend due to work on the Aberdeen bypass.
Traffic heading south on the A90 near Stonehaven will be diverted down the new slip road this weekend.
A short section of the B979 Netherley road will be shut during the same period.
The closures and diversion are required to finish work on the new bridge.
Diversions will be place from 8pm on Friday until 6am on Monday.
Drivers wishing to access the A90 from Stonehaven will need to use David Street, Allardice Street and then along Bridgefield, Dunnottar Avenue and along to the Glasslaw Junction, before joining the A92 and then A90.
People looking to enter Stonehaven from the northbound carriageway of the A90 will be required to drive to Newtonhill before heading back south on the A90.
Anybody looking to use the B979 to get to Stonehaven will be required to use the new Mains of Ury roundabout before again heading to Newtonhill and back south.
Access from the northbound A90 is unaffected for those wishing to travel west on the B979. Road users should leave the A90 as normal and follow the new roundabout, taking the B979 exit.
Road users heading south into Stonehaven on the B979 Netherley Road should use the new roundabout at Mains of Ury to join the A90 heading north towards Aberdeen. They should then leave the A90 at the Newtonhill flyover junction and re-join the A90 heading south, taking the first exit to Stonehaven, Den of Logie Road.
A Transport Scotland spokesman said: “This weekend will see a significant, but temporary, change to road layout in Stonehaven and as such we would like to remind all road users to observe signage and drive with caution.
“Road users will not be permitted to use the southbound A90 mainline carriageway at Stonehaven and will instead be diverted off of the road via the diverge slip-road.
“They will then cross the B979 and re-join the A90 via the merge slip-road to continue their journey.
“To safely facilitate this diversion, it will also be necessary to close a short section of the B979 while this diversion is in place.
“The contractor has been working closely with Police Scotland and the local authorities to ensure anyone who needs to use the public road network during these closures has an alternative available to them, while maintaining the safety of road users and road workers.
“Road users, including cyclists and pedestrians who would normally use the B979 at the weekend, should plan their journeys in advance and consider giving themselves additional travelling time, so that they can reach their destination safely and on time.
“We would like to thank road users and the local community for their on-going support and patience during the construction works.”