Police have closed a main road in the West of Scotland to deal with a gas leak.
Traffic measures, including lights and parking restrictions, will be in place as a result.
An Aberdeen could be closed for five days while gas works are carried out.
An Aberdeen road has been forced to close after a gas leak.
A lane of a busy Aberdeen road has been closed today as engineers try to locate a gas leak.
The laying of new gas pipes will see three weeks of disruption in Aberdeen city centre.
A temporary restriction on waiting on either side of an Aberdeen street will take place for four days to allow for gas connection works.
Drivers will be banned from travelling on part of an Aberdeen road for more than two weeks while gas works are carried out.
The “shocking and dangerous” theft of piping from flats sparked two gas alerts in an Aberdeen community.
Rush hour delays were caused this morning after an Aberdeen road was made one-way due to a suspected gas leak.