A Dutch firm's appointment to run Scottish trains for the next sparked anger among politicians and unions.
A leading independence campaigner who threatened to nationalise oil giant BP has backed Keith Brown to become the SNP's new deputy leader.
SNP deputy leadership candidate Keith Brown wants to establish a youth academy within the party.
A north-east MSP has been victorious in his campaign to crackdown on drivers who abuse blue badges.
A contract worth up to £30million to take forward the upgrade of the northern part of the A96 Aberdeen-Inverness road is up for grabs.
Peak time rail fares in Scotland will rise by only the rate of inflation next year.
Scotland's transport minister is being urged to intervene to stop a cycling event involving 800 people "causing chaos" on one of the north's busiest trunk roads.
The dualling of the A9 Perth-Inverness road took another step forward yesterday with the awarding of one of the preliminary contracts.
The Scottish Government has rejected a call from an Aberdeen councillor to set up a national pothole repair fund.
A row broke out last night after a tape emerged of a senior SNP minister claiming losing civil service jobs would be a good reason to vote Yes.
Plans to ease congestion around Aberdeen International Airport during the construction of the long-awaited city bypass are under consideration by the Scottish Government.
After a two year delay, the Scottish Government has finally gone out to tender to buy two new planes to operate on Barra route.
Just one in ten drivers believe average-speed cameras will make Scotland's most notorious road safer.
Western Isles Council has written to Transport Minister, Keith Brown, to reiterate growing concern over the anticipated shortfall in capacity following the introduction of the new ferry Loch Seaforth in September.
Shocking new figures have revealed that 34% of Scots drivers admit to speeding with a young child in their car.
The installation of average speed cameras is already encouraging drivers to slow down on the A9 Perth-Inverness road.
Maintenance company Bear Scotland has won the contract to maintain the north-east trunk road network for a third consecutive term.
A major milestone in the construction of the long-awaited Aberdeen bypass has been reached with the announcement of the preferred bidder.
Speeding motorists could lose their licences in a single journey on the A9 under a controversial new safety regime.
A group of MSPs have unanimously backed plans to increase the speed limit for heavy goods vehicles on the A9.
The Scottish transport minister has said the Queen's speech tomorrow must include handing control of air passenger duty (APD) to Scotland.
A Highland motorists' group which has campaigned against the controversial average speed camera project on the A9 Inverness to Perth road has joined forces with leading politicians and businesses in the area.
Groundwork has started on a section of the much heralded project to dual the A9 Perth to Inverness road.
The Scottish Transport Minister Keith Brown visited the Kessock Bridge this morning as daytime travel restrictions were lifted five weeks ahead of schedule.
Transport Minister Keith Brown yesterday blamed the Edinburgh trams project for pot-holed roads in the Highlands.
Highland councillors are seeking talks next week with the Scottish Government to push for a bridge to replace a lifeline ferry in Lochaber.