Ferry operator David MacBrayne, which operates CalMac Ferries, has recorded a record boom in passenger numbers.
Annual funding for buses in England has fallen by nearly £400 million over the past decade, according to a report.
People in the north-east are growing increasingly dissatisfied with public transport, according to a new survey exposing mounting frustration with Scottish public services.
Western Isles Council has called for ageing ferries on its routes to be urgently replaced and “brought up to standard.”
FirstGroup has insisted it remains committed to keeping its “registered office” in Aberdeen despite fresh signs the bus and train giant may be travelling in a different direction.
Councillors have backed an investigation into how the authority could take over Aberdeen’s bus network.
Aberdeen councillors have unanimously backed an investigation into how the local authority could buy First Aberdeen.
I was standing at a bus stop in Portlethen when I spoke to a young guy who had just finished his first day at work.
More than 400 people have backed a campaign to save the only weekend bus service in a north-east village from being scrapped.
Bus drivers take part in initiative to better understand challenges faced by visually impaired passengers
The shoe was on the other foot for bus drivers yesterday as they took part in an initiative to better understand the challenges faced by visually-impaired passengers.
A campaign is gathering speed to save the only weekend bus service serving a north-east village following the launch of a petition.
Highland councillor calling for Park and Ride scheme in Inverness in a bid to reduce city centre traffic
An Inverness councillor is calling for a park and ride system to be introduced in the city to help reduce congestion.
Residents of an Aberdeen community have been left "livid" after their bus service was changed - leaving them to tackle a steep hill to get to the nearest stop.
Rural communities in the south of Moray can look forward to enjoying new connections to the coast next year through an electric bus service.
The multi-million-pound upgrade of Aberdeen and Inverness rail stations is to begin soon.
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.