Police have been asked to investigate reports of dangerous driving outside a Broughty Ferry high school.
Claypotts Road has currently been reduced to one way access due to ongoing roadworks.
Despite restrictions being in place, concerned parents have reported witnessing drivers ignore the one-way-system and travelling against the flow of traffic toward the school.
The complaints have been passed on to both Grove Academy rector Graham Hutton and Police Scotland.
In an appeal circulated to parents and carers, Mr Hutton said: “Due to the current roadworks on Claypotts Road, the road is now one-way north.
“Access to the school can only be made by approaching the school on Claypotts Road from the south.
“Exit from the school grounds can only be by turning right and going north on Claypotts Road.
“If parents must drop their children off at the school, I would advise them to do so in Davidson Street or Albert Road for the time being.
“I have already had complaints about parents driving south from Davidson Street into the school grounds in what is now a one-way street in the other direction.
“This is illegal.”
Ferry councillor Laurie Bidwell admitted he was disappointed by the reports, but “not totally surprised”.
He said: “I would obviously implore people to stick to the redirection and not to be tempted to go down what is effectively a one way street.
“In the last year I have also had complaints about vehicles overtaking buses outside the school.
“The council has put a traffic island in to stop people overtaking buses who stop outside the school, but amazingly some people still have not been complying and overtaking at a time when the street is very busy with pupils crossing.
“I’m very disappointed if it is the case that some drivers are going the wrong way down a one way street, but in some ways I’m not totally surprised.”