£250,000 of resurfacing works are to be carried out on the A68 in Jedburgh.
The work will be carried out on a 1.4km stretch of road between Bongate and Jedforest rugby ground.
The investment by Transport Scotland will see upgrades made to the road.
Work will being on Sunday, 13 July, with a convoy traffic management system in place between 8pm and 6am each night and from 8am and 5pm each day.
It's hoped the work will be finished by Monday 28 July.
The A68 is currently closed due to snow at the A6088 (Carter Bar).
The closure is affecting traffic between Jedburgh and Newcastle.
Police are appealing for witnesses after ten people were injured in a multiple-car pile up in the Scottish Borders.
The accident happened at 5.10pm on the A68 near Soutra Hill last night (26th August).
A Honda Civic was travelling north when it was involved in a collision with several other vehicles travelling south.
Five people were taken to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, including the driver and passenger from the Honda, who suffered serious injuries.
The A68 in the Scottish Borders is closed in both directions due to an accident between A6088 (Carter Bar) and the A696/A68.
Two speed cameras on the A68 between Huntford and Camptown in the Scottish Borders were the target of vandals over the weekend.
Both cameras were destroyed with a saw, bringing the total number of speed cameras sabotaged with a saw to six.
Lothian and Borders Police are investigating the incident as it is theft, vandalism and attempting to pervert the course of justice.
Superintendent Denise Mulvaney from Lothian and Borders Police, said:
"There appears to be a systemic campaign of violence aimed at safety cameras.
"The method used to attack the cameras is highly dangerous, the people responsible for these actions are putting their own lives at risk as well as the safety of others.
"Anyone who comes into close contact with a camera that has been attacked in this fashion could be electrocuted.
"I'm urging any member of the public who has information they think might relate to any of the crimes aimed at safety cameras to contact the police."
Calls are being made for upgrades to be carried out on a major trunk road in the Scottish Borders.
Figures have been released showing there have been nearly 500 accidents between Edinburgh and the Borders in the last decade.
Now a local politician is asking the Scottish Government to consider making the A68 dual carriageway.
Watch the full report from Jenny Longden below.
John Lamont, MSP for Ettrick, Roxburgh and Berwickshire wants to see more investment on the A68 to make it safer, by introducing more crawler lanes, and by duelling sections.
Calls are being made for one of the main roads in the Borders to be upgraded.
Figures show there have been nearly 500 accidents on the A68 between Edinburgh and the Borders over the last 10 years, and 15 of those were fatal.
The local MSP John Lamont is campaigning for the route to be dualled in the future - and many drivers agree:
John Lamont, MSP, is calling on the Scottish Government to make the A68 safer.
Statistics revealed there have been nearly 500 accidents on the road in the past 10 years between the Scottish border and Edinburgh.
Mr Lamont is now calling on the Scottish Government to make the road safer after 15 people died on the stretch.
Northumbria Police are reporting that the A68 between Corbridge and the Scottish border is being affected by snow and ice and is described as passable only with care.