Three overnight road closures on the A9 north of Perth are to take place later this month.
The closures will take place between the Luncarty junction and the A923 Dunkeld junction northbound and southbound on November 27, 28 and 29.
They will be in operation to allow for concrete beams for be safely lifted and installed to form the deck of the new Pitlandie and Coltrannie bridges.
A crane will be used to lift the beams into place over the existing A9 carriageway.
The planned closures have been scheduled for during the night in order to minimise the impact of them to road users.
This follows consultations with Police Scotland, Bear Scotland and Perth and Kinross Council.
Additional works will also be undertaken with the aim of further reducing overall disruption to motorists. These will include the removal of sheet piles at Gelly bridge, drainage at channel crossings and works at the Stanley/Tullybelton junction.
During the road closures, road users are advised to completely avoid the area if at all possible.
If travel along the route is unavoidable, drivers are urged to plan ahead, follow diversions and allow additional time for their journeys.
Local access to Luncarty, Stanley and Bankfoot will be maintained throughout the duration of the works through the local road network.
Access will, however, be maintained for emergency service vehicles during the closures, with NHS Tayside been aware of the plans.
The closures will be in effect between 8.30pm and 6am on each night.