Backers of an ambitious travel scheme aiming to boost island tourism hope it will be set up next year.
A north MSP has demanded assurances that the shuttle bus from the new station at Inverness Airport to take passengers to their flights will be free.
Fresh plans for a "bigger and better" rail station for Inverness Airport are due to be lodged - more than a decade after the idea was first tabled.
Tourists and commuters in Oban will benefit from improved information after the installation of new display screens at the town’s railway station.
Caithness would be the ideal place in Scotland to trial a short-range rail shuttle using battery-powered trains, according to a lobby group.
Good progress is being made with plans to introduce an overnight rail service between Caithness and the Central Belt.
The Highlands & islands and Moray are an “ideal living laboratory” for aviation and aerospace testing, the UK Government has been told.
The UK Government has been warned companies in the Highland and islands “will not invest” if the future of air links with “hubs” such as Heathrow, allowing daily business trips and international connections, cannot be guaranteed.
A pioneering electric bus service has been launched in Moray to connect rural communities by public transport for the first time in seven years.
Residents in Inverness are to take a journey back in time to learn about the history of transport on one the city’s busiest and oldest thoroughfares.
Active travel maps to provide information for tourists and residents to plan safer routes around Inverness have been updated.
Council leaders have welcomed the introduction of a new Inverness to Heathrow service this week that will allow commuters to send a working day in the capital.
North business leaders yesterday outlined their top priorities for air services across the Highlands and Islands over the next 30 years after meeting with top UK government officials.
Highland councillor calling for Park and Ride scheme in Inverness in a bid to reduce city centre traffic
An Inverness councillor is calling for a park and ride system to be introduced in the city to help reduce congestion.
Protestors say proposed Skye aerodrome reopening will ‘subsidise rich people’s flights to the island’
Skye residents have urged agencies to think again over plans to trial the reintroduction of air services to the island’s Ashaig Airport.
Hopes have been raised that a footpath may finally be installed in a Moray village divided by a busy road.
Sight campaigners have criticised the installation of an electric car charging on a pavement at Inverness's busy bus station.
Inverness city centre to become more pedestrian and cyclist friendly as part of major transformation
Inverness city centre is set to undergo a multi-million pound transformation to make it more pedestrian and cyclist friendly.
Rural communities in the south of Moray can look forward to enjoying new connections to the coast next year through an electric bus service.
Residents of a Moray village are calling for a footpath to be installed at the side of a busy road.
People power has forced a U-turn from transport bosses considering the closure of one of the UK’s least-used train stations.
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.