Optometrists are calling for more powers to report on their patients for not wearing their glasses while they drive.
A police chief has stressed that he is "acutely aware" that more work must be undertaken to improve road safety in the north-east.
A far north mother is campaigning to improve safety for primary pupils catching the school bus on the trunk road in their home village.
Specialist law firm Cycle Law Scotland is working with Police Scotland in a national campaign to highlight the importance of all road users being seen during the winter months.
A petition launched by two children and their parents encouraging the council to install traffic calming measures in some of Lerwick streets has attracted 170 signatures.
The "alarming" number of accident deaths on Scotland's roads has led a charity to call on communities to do more.
Action is planned to resolve long-standing road safety fears for pupils at a Thurso primary school.
Aberdeenshire youngsters took bold measures to tackle speeding near their school as they shocked drivers with questions about how they would feel if they knocked a child down.
Conservative MP for Moray Douglas Ross has announced that Transport Scotland has approved the proposal for new pedestrian crossing in Aberlour.
Millions of pounds have been spent in just two years repairing the potholes blighting roads across the north and north-east.
City councillors are expected to approve new plans to further reduce the number of deaths and injuries on Aberdeen’s roads.
Thousands of crashes and other dangerous incidents are being reported on the north-east’s roads every year, according to new figures.
An expert in road collisions has called for tighter restrictions on new drivers to help save lives across the north of Scotland.
Aberdeenshire bikers are being asked for their views on local road safety initiatives aimed at them, as part of an ongoing study into their effectiveness.
A96 must be dualled ‘as soon as possible’ to prevent further heartbreak, after nine deaths in a year
Safety campaigners say the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road must be dualled as swiftly as possible in the wake of a ninth death in 12 months.
A north-east MP is supporting the introduction of a graduate driving licence in Scotland to try and improve road safety.
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.