Inverness councillors yesterday agreed to work together to push for city roads to be allocated maintenance funding based on usage, rather than length.
Cutting speed limits on residential streets could lead to an increase in road casualties, MSPs have been told.
Stark warning issued after Moray councillors vote to continue ‘sacrificing’ quality of roads to save cash
A warning has been issued about the state of Moray roads, as local councillors paved the way for them to plummet in standard.
Moray has long boasted some of Scotland's best kept roads but there are fears it may soon surrender that status.
Drivers are being urged to take extra care this morning as they head along the new, final stretch of the Aberdeen bypass.
The delayed Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) will be fully opened to motorists within days, Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has announced.
A campaign to install a new pedestrian crossing has suffered a major blow after a survey revealed there was not enough traffic to justify one.
A £5 million roads repair "holiday" is one of a raft of controversial cuts being proposed by opposition politicians to balance a north-east council's books.
A pedestrian has been killed in a crash involving a Royal Mail lorry.
Police were called to a single vehicle accident in the Highlands this morning.
A road-rage driver deliberately ran over a man after a minor collision between their cars, police said, as a survey highlighted the scale of physical threats on Britain’s roads.
A lane of the A96 near Keith remains closed after wintry weather brought it to a standstill overnight.
Work to reduce the risk of flooding near Aberdeen Harbour will go on day and night this weekend.
An Aberdeenshire community has called for a crossing to be installed after plans to expand the village were approved.
Several vehicles have become stuck in snow on the A920 between Dufftown and Huntly this morning. The road is currently blocked with traffic unable to pass through on either side. The road reopened at 9.20am but drivers have been warned to take care as the conditions remain difficult.
A man has been taken to hospital after a lorry came off a north-east road.
The Scottish Transport secretary has cautioned Aberdeen Bypass contractors against “using the north-east’s enthusiasm for the road” to “apply pressure” for extra money or “cut corners” as final work is carried out on the last remaining piece of the multi-million pound project.
The first snowfall of the year brought with it power outages, school closures, a string of accidents and widespread transport delays.
The fastest councils in Britain aim to fill severe potholes within minutes – but others take more than a day, new figures show.
Council roads bosses have said they need “more evidence” before proceeding with a plan to use recycled plastic to repair crumbling city streets and fill potholes.
Contracts worth a total of almost £60 million have been awarded on two road infrastructure projects by Transport Scotland.
Transport chiefs have been urged to properly update road signs which are now out of date after the opening of the AWPR.
A new bridge over the River Tay and other road improvements will be funded as part of the area’s city region deal, the First Minister has announced.
Cutting the speed limit to 20mph in all urban areas could help counter Scotland’s obesity epidemic, a leading child health expert has said.
Cars should not be given priority when roads are built or upgraded, according to the UK’s health watchdog.
More than half a million potholes were reported by members of the public to local authorities for repair last year, according to new research.
A fire chief whose son went into a month-long coma after a motorbike crash is urging people to learn the skills that could help save a life.
Millions of people are embarking on a Christmas getaway amid warnings of disruption to road, rail and air travel.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson visited the AWPR today.
A man has been killed after being struck by a car on a bypass, police have confirmed.
A group of parents who launched a crowdfunding campaign to keep their children's school safe during the winter have been left needing council help after raising just 7% of the required total.
Scottish motorists have been urged to take care when driving on seven routes branded the country’s most dangerous during winter.