Two Aberdeen roads will become one-way as emergency water works are carried out.
Aberdeen City Council said both Blackfriars Street and St Andrew Street would be affected from 9am tomorrow until Sunday.
The measure is to be put in place as Scottish Water carries out “emergency works”.
A spokesman for the council said: “The council regrets any inconvenience that may be caused by this temporary measure, with is in the interest of public safety.”
A diversion route will be in place along Schoolhill, Upperkirkgate, Gallowgate, Berry Street, Loch Street and St Andrew Street.
Elsewhere, temporary traffic lights were due to be in operation on Denburn Road from 9am today.
They will remain in place until October 18 to allow for signal refurbishment by the council at the junction with Wapping Street.