Transport chiefs have been urged to accelerate work on long-awaited schemes to end traffic gridlock in Inverness.
Traffic chaos as late flurry of last minute shoppers causes backlog on roads in and out of Inverness
Thousands of motorists in and around Inverness faced delays today as a late flurry of shoppers led to an increase in traffic on roads and footfall through retail premises doors.
Highland man performed wheelie on his motorbike as he drove to Inverness to register his son’s birth
A £75,000-a-year offshore oil worker performed a “wheelie” as he drove his motorbike to Inverness to register the birth of his son.
Motorists are experiencing delays this afternoon following a multi-vehicle collision on the A9.
It has been 37 years since the Kessock Bridge opened - a development which changed the face of the Highlands.
The north's busiest bridge has won listed status as a structure of special architectural interest.
A teenager has been arrested following a single vehicle accident near the Kessock Bridge this morning.
Oor County Wullie gets signed seal of approval as Ross County bid farewell to Scotland’s most loveable character
Members of the Ross County first-team squad have delivered their signed seal of approval as the final north based Oor Wullie gears up for departure to the final farewell event, which begins in Inverness and Aberdeen this Friday night.
Police were out in force again yesterday following a series of crashes along the A9.
Emergency crews are currently at the scene of a second road traffic collision on the A9. The incident unfolded on the northbound carriageway on the Kessock Bridge this afternoon. Officers were dispatched to the scene after receiving initial reports of the crash at 3pm. More to follow.
Rush hour commuters faced traffic chaos this evening after a camper van crashed onto its side outside Inverness.
The Highlands’ major road bridge could be given listed building status.
Calls have been made for people to show more respect to marine wildlife in and around the Moray Firth, despite the number of incidents of disturbances to cetaceans decreasing in the past year.
An offshore worker who was summoned by a sheriff to be personally present for sentencing kept his driving licence yesterday after admitting driving at twice the speed limit.
Highland Council has lodged detailed plans for its new waste handling facility in Inverness.
Passengers on board a minibus had a lucky escape yesterday after it went off a road on Skye.
A major search by police, coastguard and lifeboat teams was carried out at Kessock Bridge yesterday evening following reports of a missing schoolgirl.
Police and coastguard teams are carrying out a search for a missing person at Kessock Bridge this evening.
Motorists are being advised to take care when crossing bridges on the A9 due to high winds.
It is such a big paint job that they have to do a trial run.
Several motorists had a lucky escape following a three car smash near the Kessock Bridge.
Major plans to make the Highland capital more accessible and safer will be unveiled at the end of the month.
The Scottish Secretary for Transport has welcomed the award of a contract to continue “much needed” work to improve an Inverness bottleneck.
Transport Scotland slammed after survey to improve traffic flow on A9 causes rush hour chaos instead
Transport bosses caused traffic chaos in the north yesterday by running a census at rush hour - as part of plans to improve traffic flow.
The emergency services were required at three separate incidents in the north this evening after reports of road traffic collisions were received.
The Kessock Bridge, linking Inverness with the Black Isle, is to undergo a major check-up on the steelwork under its carriageway.
A lorry was engulfed in a blaze while crossing a bridge in the Highlands.
Progress on plans to build a new flyover at the worst traffic bottleneck in Inverness was warmly welcomed last night.
Plans to build a congestion-busting flyover at one of the worst traffic bottlenecks in the north have taken a “major step forward”.
A large military plane has been spotted flying close to the Kessock Bridge while on a low-level training exercise.
Five cars were caught up in a crash on a busy stretch of road just north of Inverness yesterday.