A one-way traffic system will return to a Perth neighbourhood after a six-month trial.
Perth and Kinross Council opened up Florence Place to two-way traffic last year, when an electronic bollard that had cost the authority several thousands of pounds in repairs was put out of action.
The move prompted concerns from residents that the thoroughfare would be overwhelmed by traffic.
Now the council has confirmed that work will get under way next week to install new road markings and traffic signs, as the road goes back to one-way.
A spokeswoman said: “The current trial suspension of the no entry provision on Florence Place will shortly be coming to an end. As a result, from March 20, traffic arrangements will revert back to the original one-way system, prohibiting traffic from Dunkeld Road from accessing Balhousie Street via Florence Place.”
She added: “Road marking and installation of traffic signs will be carried out during the week beginning March 16.
“Some disruption is anticipated during that time, and we would like to thank residents and motorists in advance for their co-operation.”
The electronic post was originally installed to ease traffic on Florence Place.
But it has been blamed for a series of accidents, including one incident in 2016 which left a BMW driver with a £4,500 repair bill after the bollard raised suddenly, smashing through his car’s engine.
In 2018 residents were consulted on a range of options for Florence Place, with the majority calling for the street to be reopened to two-way traffic.