A Dundee councillor has warned of flooding at a Broughty Ferry junction, branding it a safety issue.
Councillor Craig Duncan has reported the flooding at the junction of Whinny Brae, Monifieth Road, Queen Street and St Vincent Street to Tayside Contracts after concerns the water could turn to ice.
He said: “I’m around that road two or three times a week and I have never seen it that bad before.
“It was covering about three- quarters of the road.
“It’s not just an inconvenience. It’s a safety issue.
“I don’t have any doubts that it would be even more of a safety hazard if it turned to ice, especially when it’s dark and drivers can’t see the road properly.
“It’s one of the busiest roads in the Ferry – you just can’t have that.”
Mr Duncan suggested that the flooding could be due to leaves blocking drains around the junction.
He added: “Most drivers will drive slowly but some just power through and absolutely soak pedestrians.”
Mr Duncan said that residents had recently reported “several incidences of considerable flooding” around the junction.
A Dundee City Council spokesman said: “We are taking action to tackle this problem.”