Motorists travelling through central Fife are facing major disruption over the next two weekends when a section of the A92 between Kirkcaldy and Glenrothes is closed for landscaping work.
The project will involve teams cutting overgrown scrub and vegetation between Redhouse Roundabout and Bankhead Roundabout as well thinning the existing tree line to promote healthier growth of the remaining trees on the southbound verge.
As part of the work, a number of trees will also be felled, helping to improve safety for road users and residents.
The project will begin at 6am on Saturday and will take place over one week and two weekends, with the works scheduled to be completed by 7pm on November 15.
As a result, the A92 will be closed between the Redhouse Roundabout near Kirkcaldy and the Bankhead Roundabout near Glenrothes from 6am on Saturday to 7pm on Sunday. A signed diversion route will be in place throughout the weekend.
Maintenance will then be carried out on the verge with no disruption to the A92 between Monday and Friday next week.
However, the road will then again be closed between the Redhouse Roundabout and the Bankhead Roundabout from 6am on Saturday November 14 to 7pm on Sunday November 15.