Drivers travelling between Perth and Dundee are facing delays of up to 30 minutes after roadworks got under way on the A90 near Inchture.
Restrictions were put in place on Monday night with a convoy system in place each night this week.
However during the day a lane is closed and drivers are facing a 30mph speed limit.
Traffic data from Google showed traffic moving slowly between the Errol and Inchture junctions on Tuesday morning – with Traffic Scotland reporting about half an hour being added to journey times.
⌚ 10:15#A90 Roadworks
Northbound carriageway currently restricted between Inchture and Longforgan due to roadoworks.#ExpectDelays ~30 mins northbound.#DriveSafe @NETrunkRoads @PerthandKinross @AngusCouncil pic.twitter.com/VqXA6o6vmR
— Traffic Scotland (@trafficscotland) September 14, 2021
The delays are affecting the northbound carriageway – with those travelling southbound unaffected.
The resurfacing work is due to be completed by Saturday, with the convoy in place between 7.30pm and 6.30am each day.
It comes as drivers travelling into Dundee from Fife are also facing delays this week.
Roadworks are taking place on the Tay Road Bridge, with a contraflow meaning just one lane is open in either direction.