Plans for "assertive action" against two major cycling events which will put more than 1,000 cyclists on the A82 on the same day have been called off due to a lack of community support.
Plans to reduce the speed limit on a 2.5-mile stretch of the busy A82 in Lochaber have been welcomed by a Highland councillor.
A Highland trunk road is to close overnight while resurfacing work is carried out later this month.
A motorcyclist was taken to hospital after an accident on the busy A82 Fort William to Glasgow trunk road this afternoon.
Hundreds of cyclists will be on a collision course on one of the north's busiest routes - on the same day the Highland capital hosts shinty's annual showpiece match.
A new project is planned for Lochaber in which offenders would learn new skills while helping to eradicate a highly invasive plant that is threatening the environment.
A North MSP has called on the Scottish Government to re-route a charity bike ride which will bring 800 cyclists to the A82 Inverness-Fort William road next month.
A new patrol service has been set up to keep traffic flowing on three of the north's busiest roads.
The A82 Inverness-Fort William road is blocked after a collision between two HGVs at Spean Bridge. The accident happened before 9am this morning. A police spokesman said that the accident was reported by one of the drivers. He added that both vehicles are badly damaged and were blocking the road.
A large crane has lifted a temporary bridge into place to keep a Highland trunk road open while old bridges along the popular tourist route are being replaced.
Four people have been taken to hospital after a two-car crash near Inverness.
Motorists who regularly use a busy Highland trunk road are being warned to expect road works in the coming months.
A massive cycling event involving 800 people will bring traffic chaos to one of the north's busiest tourist routes next month, it has been claimed.
A jack-knifed lorry on the A82 in Fort William is causing major traffic disruption in the Highlands this morning. Police are directing traffic with congestion building in both directions on Achintore Road at the Ashburn Lane junction. Drivers should approach the area with care.
A motorcyclist has been airlifted to hospital following a collision with a caravanette on a main Highland road.
Five people fortunately escaped injury after a wheel became detached from a lorry and struck two cars on the A82 Fort William to Glasgow road.
The A82 Fort William to Inverness is closed near Spean Bridge in both directions after a lorry crashed off the road.
Three people have been taken to hospital after a car accident near Fort William.
Criminals are being called in to stop the spread of an invasive plant along one of the north's main roads.
Two people escaped unhurt after a car caught fire on a road in Lochaber on Saturday.
A car fire has forced the closure of the A828 in Ballachulish.
No one was hurt when a car left the road and went down an embankment on the A82 Fort William to Glasgow Road this morning.
Locals fear major road works planned for the A82 in Lochaber will clash with tree-felling operations nearby and lead to double disruption for motorists.
Motorists on two of the Highland's busiest roads face major disruption next week as a huge electricity transformer is moved across the region.
The organisers of a new charity challenge in Lochaber have vowed to change the date of their event next year after it clashed with the Mountain Bike World Cup this weekend.
No one was hurt when a van and a motorbike were involved in a collision on the A82 Inverness to Glasgow road in Lochaber this morning.
The main roads through a Lochaber town became grid-locked today when contractors started digging up the A82 Inverness to Glasgow road.
Transport Scotland has announced the preferred route for any future upgrade work on an important stretch of the A82 Glasgow to Inverness road.
Cutting the speed limit on a notorious Highland trunk road to try to reduce the number of people killed and seriously injured in accidents could have the opposite effect, it has been claimed.
The speed limit on a key route to the Highlands will be cut to try to slash the number of fatal and serious accidents.
Bear Scotland has been accused of "scalping" grass verges on the approach to a Lochaber town, making it less attractive to tourists visiting the area.