A TEMPORARY speed restriction will be in place on several roads for 18 months to allow for works on the Aberdeen bypass.
A 30mph speed limit will be enforced in the Dyce area, on the B977 from Goval House to its junction with the A947 and on the A947 from Parkhill Bridge to Hill of Goval.
It will also be in place on the B977 from its junction with the A947 to the north of Parkhill nursery.
The temporary restriction will start on Monday until October 21, 2016.
The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) is being delivered by Transport Scotland on behalf of the Scottish Government and in partnership with Aberdeen City Council and Aberdeenshire Council.
The new 58 kilometre (36 mile) project will consist of four sections, from Balmedie to Tipperty, North Kingswells to Blackdog, Charleston to North Kingswells, and the fastlink from Stonehaven to Cleanhill.
It is expected to be completed by winter 2017.