The multi-million-pound upgrade of Aberdeen and Inverness rail stations is to begin soon.
Two thirds of people are satisfied with public transport despite a slight drop in approval, a survey has found.
A spell of fresh snow is likely to affect commuters across the North of Scotland today as Met Office issues a yellow weather warning.
A new £2.75million fleet of 10 coaches will soon be taking to the roads in Moray.
Moray Council has warned that it can not roll out publicly-funded buses across the region – despite its only current service running a profit.
Complaints about a lack of connectivity of public transport services on the isle of Skye should be addressed by a new summer bus service.
A historic north-east railway stop-off could be brought back into use after 60 years.
A bus crashed into an Aberdeen hotel this morning.
An Aberdeenshire businessman spoke of his delight last night after councillors bypassed a development blueprint for the region to endorse his firm's expansion.
An MP has branded a controversial fleet of buses "unfit" for commuters across the north-east coast.
A north-east councillor has lodged a formal complaint against bus company, Stagecoach, after concerns were raised that a new £5.5million fleet of vehicles breach disability regulations.
Locals have had their say on a revamp of Aberdeenshire bus shelters which is costing the local authority £270,000.
North-east bus chiefs have said they are committed to improving services for elderly and disabled passengers.
North-east bus passengers have been given a final chance to share their thoughts on a fleet of modern buses ahead of talks on Thursday.
Three north-east organisations are hoping to encourage commuters to ditch their cars and take the bus.
An Aberdeen art student has won a competition to design the new logo for Stagecoach North Scotland.
An Aberdeen bus driver has been crowned the best in the UK, fending off competition from more than 100 others.