Road users in Perthshire are facing disruption later this month with three nights of closures on the A9 north of Perth.
The route will be shut between Luncarty and Dunkeld as part of the A9 Dualling: Luncarty to Pass of Birnam project.
The closures will potentially run for three consecutive nights from February 12 in both directions.
Motorists will be barred between 8.30pm and 6am on February 12 and 13, and possibly between 10pm and 6am on February 14.
The proposed works are weather dependent due to heavy lifting operations, which may be affected if there are high winds and February 14 has been included in the closure programme in case there are any delays.
Workers will be installing concrete bridge beams over the existing A9 carriageway to create a new overbridge at Gelly.
Transport Scotland says the aim is to provide better access for landowners and residents and improve safety along that section.
During the works, diversions will be in place via the A85 for northbound traffic and the A923 Dunkeld junction for southbound motorists.
Access to Luncarty, Bankfoot and Stanley will be maintained through the local road network for the duration of the closures.
Access for emergency vehicles will be maintained at all times.
Further information on the project can be found on the Transport Scotland website.
Up-to-date information can also be accessed through Transport Scotland’s social media.