Skye councillors yesterday welcomed news that a trial of air services between Skye and Glasgow could be imminent.
Ambitious plans to re-open an airport on Skye after 30 years are taking off with a trial to introduce flights to Glasgow or Edinburgh being investigated.
Nearly a fifth of all train journeys on the Far North Line between Inverness and Caithness in 2017 did not offer a food and drink service to passengers because of staffing problems.
Cramped Inverness rail services connecting with Edinburgh, Glasgow, Elgin and Aberdeen are to increase in capacity by 45% this year – providing much-needed extra space for frustrated passengers.
Plans are progressing for a long-awaited sleeper rail service linking Caithness with the central belt.
Design work has started to create a major rail and bus interchange in Inverness.
A north transport chief has called for a rail and bus interchange to be created in Inverness after the Royal Mail announced plans to relocate its Highland sorting office to another city site.
A long-awaited sleeper rail service linking Caithness with the central belt will move the county forward and enhance tourism to the north, according to Highland Council’s Conservative transport spokesman.
Transport bosses have revealed proposals for an Oyster Card-style pass to make travelling in the north easier.
Rail services to the far north are by far the worst performing in Scotland, shocking new punctuality figures show.
Radical plans to create a tramway which would run parallel to the Stromeferry bypass have taken a step forward.
Transport bosses at the Scottish Government have said they will review a report into the feasibility of a Far North sleeper train.
Sleeper trains linking Caithness with the Central Belt could be on the verge of becoming a reality.
An Inverness business leader has called for a "step change" to improve rail services on the Highland Main Line (HML) between the city and Scotland's central belt.
Campaigners on Skye have demanded urgent progress in the battle to re-open the island's airport amid growing frustration at costly delays.
A long-awaited new rail station at Inverness Airport is poised to be given the go-ahead next week after more than a decade on the drawing board.
Ross-shire councillors will today launch a new survey to boost the case for re-opening a train station that closed almost 60 years ago.
The agency responsible for running the UK's railways has held informal talks about the possibility of turning a scenic Highland line into a light railway.
Tube trains from the London Underground could play a key role in a radical new plan to tackle a stretch of Highland road regularly blighted by rockfalls.
An old stone bridge near Inverness Airport is to be demolished and replaced as part of an upgrade of the rail line.
A new rail station at Inverness Airport could be built by next year after the plans were officially lodged yesterday.
A Highland community is hoping to cash in on a new £1million cycleway alongside the A82 by erecting information boards about the area's crofting history.
The boss of Inverness College has hailed ambitious plans to build a new rail station to serve the city's campus and biggest retail park.
Transport chiefs are drawing up plans to build a new railway station in Inverness to serve the city's biggest retail park.
Transport chiefs have unveiled plans to transform Oban's rail station - because they claim it looks more like "a place of incarceration" than the gateway to a popular seaside town.
Transport chiefs have revealed they hope to start drawing-up ambitious plans to expand the new Inverness Airport rail station - before it has even opened.
Business leaders and politicians yesterday hailed the "real momentum" behind plans to build a £2million railway station at Inverness Airport.
Transport chiefs are finally ready to "fire the starting gun" on plans to build one of the busiest rail stations in the north at Inverness Airport.
Long-awaited plans to build a new rail station at Inverness Airport will be lodged with the local authority within weeks.
A railway station at Inverness Airport could be on track to open in 2017 - years ahead of schedule.
Plans for a multimillion-pound upgrade of Inverness rail station have been hailed as evidence of an "unprecedented" boom in the city.
Cyclists will be able to explore Moray more freely after bike racks were fitted to buses as part of a £200,000 public transport upgrade.