Motorists could be taxed to fund pothole repairs amid concerns that struggling local authorities are unable to bear the burden of spiralling costs.
An Aberdeen community calling for a historic street to be upgraded have been told to either perform the work themselves or pay for the council to do it.
A remote Highland road that forms part of one of Scotland's most popular tourist routes has been branded the nation's worst pothole offender.
Calls have been made to scrap a top council post to cover the cost of services for the "people of Aberdeen".
More than £200 million will be allocated to English councils to improve road surfaces, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.
It has been billed as an event like no other.
Furious drivers have won tens of thousands of pounds for damage caused by potholes on the A82 since a social media campaign group was launched, it has been claimed.
Fed-up drivers are having their say as this street in Inverness looks more like Swiss cheese than a smooth road.
Potholes are unfortunately a common sight on Scottish roads, especially at this time of the year as the weather – on top of wear and tear – takes its toll on our most-travelled routes.
The fastest councils in Britain aim to fill severe potholes within minutes – but others take more than a day, new figures show.
Council roads bosses have said they need “more evidence” before proceeding with a plan to use recycled plastic to repair crumbling city streets and fill potholes.
An Aberdeen reverend has been forced to deal with “holey” matters of a different sort – after his congregation raised fears about potholes riddling the streets around his church.
A community group has claimed a north-east coastal village's roads have been neglected by roads bosses and are now covered in potholes.
Warnings have been issued that there could be a surge of pothole claims in Moray if the council continues to slash its road budget.
Roads bosses are facing fresh calls to fill in potholes after a community complained about the craters plaguing a north-east coastal town.
A £150,000 scheme to improve safety on a stretch of a busy Aberdeenshire road will take place next week.
Learner drivers should have to prove they can spot potholes to pass the test, according to a motoring firm.
A written-off fire service van was among 171 emergency service vehicles damaged in pothole-related accidents since 2015, records show.
Brora residents must wait an undefined time to see repairs done on what’s been branded “the worst road in Sutherland”.
More than £350,000 has been paid out to disgruntled drivers across the north and north-east who have had their cars damaged by potholes.
The AA has called the number of potholes around the UK a “national disgrace” after finding massive car repair bills are costing drivers and insurers at least £1 million a month.
Council staff are facing flak from the public over potholes in Ross & Cromarty roads, it has been claimed.
A local resident so fed up with potholes near his home has come up with a unique way to highlight the problem – using dolls’ heads.
An extra £500,000 will be spent on battling potholes in Aberdeen over the next year.
A pothole-plagued Aberdeen street must be fixed “as soon as possible”, councillors have said, after recent bad weather exposed historic cobbles and cabling.
A council roads chief has conceded potholes are “growing like mushrooms” as she tries to deal with challenging weather conditions while “juggling” reduced budgets.
A road maintenance programme for Badenoch and Strathspey will see the problem of potholes tackled in some areas.
Driving on a major trunk road route, with oncoming traffic flying past you at 60mph, you'd hope for some confidence that the road surface is in decent shape.
Bear Scotland is set to spend over £4 million on what it describes as “unprecedented damage” to trunk roads in the North West of Scotland.
Desperate west Highland locals were told by Highland Council that they will have to wait for years before potholed roads around the Applecross peninsula are repaired.
The number of repairs being required to wheels damaged by potholes on the roads has soared in the past three weeks.
An angry driver has hit out at Highland Council’s roads team after his Mercedes car was one of as many as two dozen to strike a pothole the “size of a bath tub” on a Highland road.