Road closures as part of work to transform a city street are at an end, says the city council.
The £3.2 million part-pedestrianisation scheme at Broad Street is almost complete, following “grouting and other finishing touches”.
The street was shut for more than a year before reopening at the end of July and closing again for two nights this week to allow “urgent” work.
An Aberdeen City Council spokeswoman said: “There are no more anticipated closures for Broad Street in conjunction with the £3.2m project.”
MSP Kevin Stewart this week called for an inquiry into the length of time that has been taken to complete the works.
Mr Stewart has lobbied the council for local business owners who lost out on trade due to the closure to have their business rates cut.
The council has repeatedly refused calls for rates relief, citing UK Government guidance as its reason.