Changes to the traffic administration for the dualling performs on the A9 from Luncarty to Pass of Birnam will take effect from Tuesday February 23.
Visitors will be switched to a part of newly-manufactured carriageway among the Luncarty Junction and the new Stanley/Tullybelton Junction, overnight on Monday February 22, with a new visitors management arrangement in area from 6am on Tuesday February 23.
Highway buyers are encouraged to just take care on approach.
Prior to the switch, overnight non permanent targeted visitors signals will be demanded on the A9 on Monday February 22 concerning 7:30pm and 6am. This will enable the removal of short-term barriers, relocation of web-site access points and alteration of the traffic management format to guidebook street users on to the new carriageway.
Highway end users are reminded that targeted visitors will keep on being in one carriageway configuration following the visitors change. Likewise, the existing no-overtaking and 40mph velocity constraints continue to be in position and will keep on to be enforced by Law enforcement Scotland and common velocity cameras.
Following this site visitors switch, street buyers will utilise the recently produced A9 southbound carriageway for the complete 9.5 km journey by way of the undertaking site.
In addition, right away temporary site visitors indicators will be required at the northern extent of the job, between Coltrannie overbridge and Gelly overbridge, for up to 5 evenings from Monday February 22 among 7:30pm and 6am every night time, to take out non permanent obstacles.
The planned visitors administration is weather-dependent and matter to improve. Motorists can refer to the Targeted visitors Scotland website or Twitter for dwell website traffic up-dates.