Four bridges on the River Thames have been lit up with a new artwork due to stay in place for at least 10 years.
An Elgin road was shut yesterday as a new footbridge leading to Moray Sports Centre was installed.
Residents of a north-east village who have endured months of disruption due to problem bridges can find out next week what solutions the council will put in place.
Bill for fixing Aberdeenshire bridges after Storm Frank tops £1 million – and ‘no timescale’ for Cambus O’May repairs
More than £1 million has now been spent on fixing the Aberdeenshire bridges worst-hit by Storm Frank – and the final historic crossing in line for repair could cost an extra £400,000.
A north-east council's "rapidly-deteriorating" bridge network will cost at least £3.35 million to repair.
Public Finance Minister Kate Forbes has signalled that Shetland Islands Council could use bond finance to pay for bridges or tunnels between islands in the archipelago.
Motorists are facing a lengthy diversion after defects were discovered in a north-east bridge.
Plans for a new multimillion-pound road tunnel beneath the Thames have been updated to boost capacity.
Aberdeenshire Council has lodged proposals to highlight two of its oldest bridges to passersby.
Plans have been lodged to safeguard a historic River Dee crossing battered by the worst flooding to hit the north-east in living memory.
The next phase of a £10million programme to replace nine bridges along the scenic A830 Road to the Isles in Lochaber is due to start next week and last six months.
Eighteen miles of Deeside will be served by just three river crossings after another bridge was rendered unsafe due to flood damage.
Residents in a north-east village will find out next week if a historic footbridge can be saved from destruction.
Eight bridges across the north-east will close this month as the local authority carries out a series of inspections and engineering works.
Today's weather has closed road bridges in the Highlands.
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.
Communities along the Road to the Isles say two bridges they consider "accident blackspots" should be included in a crossings replacement project on the popular tourist route.
Visitors and locals using one of Scotland's most scenic routes face six months of delays from next week - which is the start of the peak tourist season.