Road users are advised that two sets of temporary traffic signals will be in place on the C408 near Bankfoot, Perthshire for up to five days from Monday 23 November. This traffic management is required for utility diversion works.
Traffic signals will be in operation at the C408 junction with Innewan Gardens to allow Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) to install an electricity cable beneath the new Hunters Lodge underbridge extension.
A further set of traffic signals will be in operation on the C408 Murthly Road near Stewart Towers Dairy to allow British Telecom (BT) to undertake works.
These temporary traffic signals will be in operation 24 hours to facilitate the works, and will be manually controlled during normal working hours (7am to 7pm) to safely manage traffic flows and minimise disruption to road users.
Please take care on approach.