Transport Secretary Michael Matheson is facing calls to tackle a £3 billion roads repairs and potholes backlog.
The number of people killed in accidents on north and north-east roads rose significantly last year, according to the latest statistics.
The Scottish Government has been urged to convince ScotRail to create alternative left luggage arrangements at Aberdeen Railway Station.
Politicians last night voted in favour of giving councils the power to introduce workplace parking taxes, despite opposition attempts to overturn the Scottish Government proposal.
Transport Scotland has insisted the government is committed to dualling the A9 and A96, despite its roads’ director suggesting the projects were “up for debate”.
Scottish Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has criticised airlines that have raised their prices following the collapse of travel company Thomas Cook.
Campaigners have unveiled their own vision of how a major north-east road could be dualled - arguing it is cheaper and more eco-friendly.
The Transport Secretary yesterday said plans are in place for the Scottish Government to run the railways if ScotRail's performance fails to improve.
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.
Almost £2 million has been awarded to community groups, employers and social housing providers across Scotland to encourage more people to walk and cycle.
Artefacts dating back more than 5,000 years have been uncovered as part of works to improve a notorious accident blackspot on the A9 at Berriedale.
Aberdeenshire roads activists say they were snubbed by a government minister on a visit to the region- as he ruled out their long term hopes for the A96.
Highlands and Islands to be served by electric planes as Transport Secretary backs ‘third revolution’ in aviation
Electric planes could be flown on routes between the Highlands and Islands in what the Scottish Government has hailed as part of the "third revolution" in aviation.
Fears have been raised that the imminent shake-up of the UK Government could delay confirmation of a £200 million funding boost for Moray.
A new battle of the skies has emerged between locals and tourists competing to obtain a seat on crowded planes.
The transport secretary has admitted his target for 10% of everyday journeys to be made by bike by 2020 is expected to be missed - despite cyclists in the north-east racing towards that goal.
Plans for council-run buses in Aberdeen have taken a major leap forward after MSPs voted to lift the ban that has prevented most local authorities from operating routes.
A north-east Tory claimed the Scottish Government's reputation has been damaged after it emerged ministers sent letters committing themselves to abolishing Air Departure Tax (ADT).
The British Lung Foundation yesterday called for Aberdeen City Council to urgently set out its plans for a Low Emissions Zone (LEZ) to tackle the city’s pollution problem.
Gillian Martin yesterday called for the re-opening of the Formartine to Buchan railway line in the wake of SNP’s declaration of a climate emergency.
A wealth of nearly-new cycling equipment used to christen the Aberdeen bypass has been donated to a pair of local organisations.
Scotland’s transport secretary has argued that dualling a major north-east road along its existing route would mean people would lose their homes.
The launch of a £150 million fleet of luxury trains on the Caledonian Sleeper’s Highland routes has been hit by another delay, it has emerged.
ScotRail paid delayed passengers more than £1 million in compensation in 2018/19 - a staggering 72.8% increase on the previous year.
Michael Matheson has defied calls to update Aberdeen bypass road signs, despite anger over the lack of directions to Fraserburgh, Peterhead and local businesses.
Pupils and teachers at north-east schools have been learning from the engineers working on the A96 Aberdeen to Huntly dualling scheme.
The hopes of north-east campaigners were raised yesterday after the transport secretary confirmed improvements to a notorious road would be included in a new review.
A new £200million vision for Moray could help the region reach for the stars.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson yesterday said the Scottish Government does not know how much it would cost to introduce a 20 mph speed limit to urban areas.
A scheme for cheaper flights to and from Scotland’s remote areas has been renewed and extended.
The final section of the AWPR will open tomorrow, marking the "beginning of an important new chapter for Aberdeen".
Michael Matheson has been urged to give a “full and urgent” update to MSPs on the contractual dispute that has led to the delayed opening of the AWPR’s Don Crossing.