Drivers have been warned to slow down while roadworks take place at a busy local junction.
There are more reports of traffic disruption on the A92 Westway roundabout in Arbroath after 30-minute queues were reported last week.
Work to improve the junction started on Monday November 5 and is expected to last four weeks. Angus Council has encouraged motorists to avoid the area, or find alternative routes.
Stagecoach East Scot tweeted at 8.56am that bus services were being affected this morning.
It said: “Roadworks in Arbroath are again causing delays to services 39/A, 73/A and X7. We will try to minimise disruption to services. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.”
Roadworks in Arbroath are again causing delays to services 39/A, 73/A and X7. We will try to minimise disruption to services. Apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
— Stagecoach East Scot (@StagecoachEScot) November 13, 2018
At around the same time, police issued a statement urging drivers to slow down.
It said: “Police Scotland would like to remind drivers to take precautions whilst driving on rural roads.
“The current road works at the A92 at Westway Arbroath, Dundee Road, Arbroath has resulted in an increase of vehicular traffic using rural single track roads as drivers are seeking alternative routes.
“We would like to remind drivers possibly unaccustomed to such narrow roads, to adjust their speed accordingly to the road conditions and to be aware of additional hazards such as leaves/mud on the roads in order to prevent an increase in incidents.”
Traffic signals will be in operation on the approach roads as the £239,000 programme takes place.