Motorists in Fife are being warned to expect delays as Transport Scotland installs new overhead gantries on the A90 this weekend.
A closure of the motorway will take place from 9pm on Friday to 5am on Saturday as crews from Transport Scotland carry out the installation work at sites to the south of Dunfermline Wynd and on the south side of Admiralty Junction.
Delays are expected between Ferrytoll and Admiralty Junctions north of the Forth as a result.
Steven Brown, Transport Scotland roads and infrastructure manager, said: “This work has been planned to take place overnight and at the weekend to minimise restrictions and delays for road users as far as is possible.
“However, we recognise this work could result in some disruption and we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
“The diversions being used have worked well previously. In order to reduce the impact on local residents we aim to separate HGV traffic from the main car flow.
“Our advice to road users is to plan ahead, check the travel information from Traffic Scotland and allow extra time where necessary.
“During this time the Forth Road Bridge will remain fully open.
“This work is part of the ongoing installation of a complete system of overhead gantries in support of the Forth Replacement Crossing Scheme.”