MOTORISTS are being warned to expect delays later this month when overnight roadworks take place on the M90 motorway.

Closures and diversions will be in place at Junction two from 8pm until 6am on the nights of November 26, 27 and 28 to allow operating company Amey to resurface the carriageway.

Both lanes of the M90 northbound will be closed at Junction 1c, with a diversion route signposted from Junction 1c along the A985 Admiralty Road and the B980 Kings Road to Pitreavie, before returning to re-join the M90 at Junction 2.

The northbound slip from Junction 1c to the A823(M) westbound will also be closed.

The main carriageway of the M90 will remain open southbound but there will be no access to the off-slip at Junction two. A diversion route will be signposted from Junction 1c via the A985 Admiralty Road and the B980 Kings Road to Pitreavie.

The works have been planned overnight to minimise disruption however motorists planning to use this route are advised to allow a few extra minutes for their journey.