A historic bridge has been closed for repairs - leaving motorists in the Inverurie area facing a 15-mile diversion.
The biggest rail workers’ union will stage a protest on Monday to mark the 25th anniversary of rail privatisation, saying it has brought years of “exploitation”.
Virgin Trains has permanently scrapped its Friday afternoon peak restrictions from London Euston to ease overcrowding and enable weekend getaways to start earlier.
Scores of train enthusiasts packed out a north-east hotel over the weekend for a celebration of railway replicas.
The West Highland line - which was featured in the Harry Potter films - has been named as the top rail journey in Britain for the second year running by a top travel magazine.
Transport bosses are being urged to take swift action to prevent an accident taking place within Inverurie Station’s busy car park.
Failure to meet a series of targets has resulted in ScotRail being fined more than £2.2 million in the first half of the year.
Railway “blackspots” have been identified where services frequently fail to run on time.
Passengers faced major delays last night after a derailment in Aberdeenshire resulted in the cancellation of all rail journeys between the central belt and Aberdeen.
ScotRail has taken its newest trains out of service following the discovery of a technical fault.
A decline in demand for rail travel has been reversed despite a fall in season ticket usage, figures show.
A signalling fault has delayed trains between Aberdeen and Inverness this morning.
A scheme to compensate rail passengers for disruption following the May timetable change in northern England has been extended to include regular travellers who did not hold season tickets.
Reliability on ScotRail trains over April to June was the worst it had been for over two decades, new figures showed, with problems linked to the weather having soared by almost 350%.
Plans to improve train journeys between Aberdeen and the south of England have been shelved amid a massive review of the UK’s rail industry.
Workers at two rail companies are to stage fresh strikes in the long-running dispute over the role of guards on trains.
Workers on South Western Railway are to stage a fresh strike in the long running dispute over the role of guards on trains.
Chris Grayling claims it is “not straightforward” to overrule rail industry leaders, after an investigation into the May timetable disruption found “nobody took charge”.
The “most significant” review of Britain’s railways since privatisation has been launched. Here is all you need to know about the timetable fiasco and what the sweeping review will cover:
A major review of Britain’s railways has been launched as an investigation into what caused the May timetable disruption found “nobody took charge”.
Punctuality on Britain’s railways has reached a 12-year low amid chaos caused by severe weather and new timetables, figures show.
The new boss of Network Rail was warned he was taking on “one of the worst jobs in Britain”, he has revealed.
Rail passengers have struggled for too long with a confusing ticketing system and poor service, consumer campaign group Which? says.
Moves to cut pay rises for railway workers could spark national strikes in the industry, a union leader has warned.
Rail workers at two companies are said to be solidly supporting a fresh strike in the long-running dispute over guards on trains.
Rail services will be hit again on Saturday because of more industrial action in the long-running guards’ dispute, causing fresh travel disruption for passengers.
They are vehicles from a bygone age, evoking memories of Brief Encounter and The Railway Children.
A new report by a former UK Government transport minister has highlighted that the number of passengers in Scotland has doubled in the last 15 years.
Delays have blighted rail travel in the north and north east over the past six months, new figures have revealed.
He was one of the north-east’s most enthusiastic railway aficionados, a man with a deep-rooted passion for steam engines.
Two level crossings in Dingwall that have seen regular trespassing and close calls are to be upgraded.
A passenger train travelling at 53mph crashed into the end of a piece of rail left on a track during maintenance work on the outskirts of Inverness, a probe by a Government watchdog has found.