Traffic restrictions on the A91 Cupar to St Andrews road at Guardbridge are to be lifted in time for Easter.
Temporary traffic lights have been in place since February 15 as part of pipe laying work for the £25 million Green Energy Centre being built by the University of St Andrews at the former paper mill at Guardbridge.
That work was due to take eight weeks, but the University has confirmed that the road should reopen on Friday evening two weeks ahead of schedule.
Motorists should note that Main Street in Guardbridge will remain closed to through traffic.
Ashley Walsh, contracts manager for contractors Vital Energi, said: “Work on the remaining section in Main Street Guardbridge is progressing well and is slightly ahead of schedule.
“Traffic diversions will remain in operation until the road through Guardbridge reopens, which we are anticipating will be towards the end of next week, all being well.”
See Friday’s Courier for more on this.