Visitors to Aberdeen’s Union Square will be able take part in a go-karting event to improve young men’s driving on Saturday.
Calls have been made to reduce the speed limit on a north-east road where a woman was badly hurt in a crash earlier this week.
Motorists are being warned that they are breaking the law if they drive too close to cyclists on the road.
A new study will shed light on the impact of safety campaigns in reducing the number of biker deaths on roads in the north and north-east.
A safety campaign to help protect bikers from becoming yet another fatality on Scotland’s roads has shifted up a gear.
Police have come up with a novel new weapon in the battle against speeding.
Motoring offenders have been snared by police during a crackdown on speeding and dangerous driving after concerns from the public.
All new cars could be fitted with special devices from 2022 to automatically make them keep to the speed limit after new EU rules were provisionally agreed.
A scheme designed to reduce the number of biker deaths on roads across the north and north-east is being run for a second year.
Plans to improve road safety outside a north-east primary school could edge forward next week.
Police and council officials plan to meet at the site of a fatal crash to discuss road safety improvements.
Drivers are being urged to take extra care this morning as they head along the new, final stretch of the Aberdeen bypass.
Scores of volunteers have signed up to help ensure Aberdeenshire's roads and pavements are safe as the wintry weather continues.
North-east cyclists have called on roads bosses to take action at a dangerous junction before someone is hurt.
An Aberdeenshire community has called for a crossing to be installed after plans to expand the village were approved.
A community-conscious oil and gas firm has stepped in to ensure children get to a Mearns school safely.
Crashes involving pedestrians decreasing across north and north-east, but campaigners call for further action
The number of pedestrians killed on roads across the north and north-east is declining, but safety campaigners believe more must still be done to protect people.
The number of incidents involving police vehicles crashing while pursuing suspects has more than tripled over a four-year period.
A woman who survived a horrific island crash has been given support in her “keep Left” campaign on Skye by local politicians.
A mum-of-three has spoken of her lucky escape from a horror island crash.
An Aberdeenshire woman has voiced her support for a campaign to educate cyclists on riding alongside horses.
The sister of a motorcyclist killed in a north-east crash has urged people to back a new safety campaign and reduce the number of roads deaths.
Motorists are being urged to be vigilant for deer now the nights are drawing in.
Roads bosses have urged motorists to be careful on one of the north-east’s deadliest roads as the nights draw in.
A north-east roadside camera has been revealed as the most active in Scotland, catching close to four times as many speeders as the next in the rankings.
Calls have been made to install a pedestrian crossing outside a new supermarket in Aberdeen.
Motorists may be required to always give way to pedestrians and cyclists when turning, under a shake-up of the Highway Code.
A business fears it will sustain long-term damage if a north-east council fails to replace a soon to be demolished bridge.
David Beckham has been accused of “shirking his responsibility” as a role model after he avoided prosecution over a speeding charge on a technicality.
The proportion of car occupants killed while not wearing a seat belt has reached its highest level since records began, new figures show.
Police launched a new road safety campaign yesterday as it emerged the number of deaths on Highland roads this year has already surpassed the total figure for 2017.
A hugely successful life-saving scheme aimed at reducing crashes on north-east roads has been spared the axe after businesses pledged £40,000 to secure its survival.