Scottish Water are reminding road users that temporary road traffic management is still in place in Drumry Road, Clydebank.

They issue the reminder ahead of the majority of schools and workplaces starting back on Monday, January 7.

Emergency work was required to take place at the end of December following the discovery of a collapsed sewer.

Scottish Water are advising road users the four-way temporary traffic lights are still in operation to allow the sewer repair to be carried out.

They are near to the road's junction with Clarence Street.

Laura Boyce, corporate affairs officer of Scottish Water, said: "Road users may experience delays in the area. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and thank them for their patience and understanding while this essential work is carried out."