Residents who were left without a bus service are to be served by a route again after a three-year hiatus.
People living on Millbay Terrace, Clovis Duveau Drive and Millbay Gardens in the West End will now be able to use an hourly service near to their homes.
Bus stops will become active again from late November.
In recent years, former services, including the Xplore service 5, were re-routed to Tom McDonald Avenue.
Residents also lost the Stagecoach 16 service, which was redirected to Ninewells Hospital.
But now Stagecoach has stepped in and made changes to the express X54 service, which will now stop along that section of Perth Road.
Scott Hall, commercial manager of Stagecoach East Scotland, said: “We’re delighted to be able to fulfil these requests to ensure our network is accessible to all customers in this area. The additional stopping points will be added at the earliest opportunity available to us, on November 26.”
West End councillor Fraser Macpherson said he “welcomed” the arrival of the service.
He said: “This is genuinely good news for a part of Perth Road, giving an hourly service that links with Ninewells Hospital, but also into the city centre, then across Fife to Edinburgh.
“I am pleased that an area previously devoid of stopping bus services will now be included in a bus route.
“Given the significant amount of housing in the area, it’s great that tenants will have something closer to home as opposed to the Dundee Technology Park.”
Disabled bus user Linda Groat, 51, from the West End, said: “I’m delighted that Stagecoach will be providing some form of service.
“The nearest stop was Ninewells Avenue previously, which is fine in the summer. In winter, while carrying messages, it was going to be a bit more difficult.
“I’m also delighted that visitors to the nearby care home will now have access to a service to visit relatives – I think people will use it.”