Lane closures will be in place on the busiest road between Perth and Dundee on Friday following a dramatic crash.
There will be restrictions on the eastbound A90 Perth to Dundee road until 3.30pm after a lorry hauling a digger smashed into the St Madoes crossing on Thursday evening.
The lane closures will allow for an inspection to be carried out by engineers.
Police say the flyover itself will be closed “for the foreseeable future”.
Tayside Police Division posted: “Following the road traffic collision on the eastbound A90 in the Carse Of Gowrie at St Madoes yesterday, between 9.30am and 3pm today there will be lane closures on the A90 eastbound at the site of the RTC to allow engineers to inspect the flyover that was damaged.
“This will cause some disruption, particularly when the open and closed lanes are swapped over, but should not be too problematic.
“The flyover itself is still closed and will be for the foreseeable future.
“Also, the water supply to St Madoes, which was disrupted as a consequence of the incident, has now been restored.”
Traffic was at a standstill on the eastbound A90 following the collision at about 4.40pm on Thursday.
No one in the truck or a second vehicle which was involved in the collision are believed to have been hurt.
The eastbound carriageway was closed until Friday morning following the crash.
Access on the flyover is being maintained for walkers, cyclists and emergency vehicles.