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Major roadworks are underway in two Scottish Borders' towns.
Drivers in Galashiels and Hawick are being asked to be patient while the work takes place.
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Resurfacing works worth £215,000 are being carried out in Hawick from today.
The work is being carried out on a 1.3km section of the A7 in Hawick, between the Albert Road Junction and the southern extent of the town's 30mph speed limit.
Transport Scotland believe that the work will upgrade the road and make sure that the A7 continues to operate safely over the next few years.
Overnight closures will take place from today through until Friday with the road closing from 6pm to 6am on the A7 between Dovemount Roundabout and Canonbie.
A signed diversion will be in place for northbound and southbound traffic between Canonbie and Hawick, via the B6357 and A6088.
Preparation for the construction of the Galashiels Transport Interchange will see the town's bus station temporarily replaced by on-street stances from today.
The work is designed to link up other forms of transport with the Borders Railway, bringing more people to Galashiels.
The temporary stances that are being put in place will operate from Stirling Street and Market Street until the opening of the new transport interchange in June 2015.