Temporary traffic signals will be in place on the B867 near Bankfoot South Junction for a three-day period starting Tuesday 13th April to allow for installation of a water main by Scottish Water.
The two-way temporary traffic signals will be in operation for 24 hours a day and will be manually controlled during working hours of 07:30 till 18:00 to safely manage traffic flows and minimise disruption to road users.
Pedestrian access will continue to be maintained although a short wait may be necessary to allow for Transport Scotland staff to co-ordinate escorts for pedestrians through the area of the works.
The installation of the water main is part of the A9 Dualling Luncarty to Pass of Birnam project.
Road users are requested to approach the area with care and plan extra time for journeys.
The planned traffic management is weather dependent and subject to change.
Updates and further information on the A9 Dualling project can be found at: https://www.transport.gov.scot/projects/a9-dualling-perth-to-inverness/