Angry local politicians have claimed the north and north-east is missing out on a £60million package to encourage cycling and walking.
Beaver Scouts from Cults have raised nearly £750 towards improving cycling facilities in Scotland, after being inspired by a popular cycle path which runs right past their hut.
A new walking path that would link two Moray villages together is vital for the whole region to thrive, according to campaigners.
It’s known locally as Muggers Brig, but could colour help reduce crime at this ‘unsafe and unwelcoming’ Aberdeen underpass?
Calls were made yesterday for a community to take part in a public consultation to help reduce crime.
A new traffic-free link connecting two rural communities in Argyll is to open to the public next week following an investment of nearly £2million.
Serious safety concerns have been raised over a perilous Inverness crossing after a female pedestrian was struck by a car.
An ambitious project to reopen the former A87 road on Skye - which once ran between Kyleakin and Broadford - for a cycle way has won the backing of a sustainable transport charity.
A charity launched to help people get active is searching for more volunteers to help with its school cycle scheme.
Some rural roads should be reduced to 40mph to make them safer for bike users, according to a leading cycling charity.
Campaigners in Moray pressing for a popular cycle path to be fully repaired have been given fresh hope their dreams will be realised.
Talks have been arranged regarding the reopening of a popular coastal path which was closed off amid safety fears following a landslip.
The first bikes have travelled down a new cycle path in Moray's biggest town that is aimed at keeping them off busy roads.
An audit body has said it will decide on an investigation into the controversial allocation of £200,000 of public money for wall repairs on land owned by the family of a former leading councillor, after a council investigation is concluded.
The public are being asked for their opinions on the A944 Kingswells to Aberdeen cycle route and where improvements could be made.
You might have seen the Hairy Bikers on TV. But now there is an all-girl cycling club in Aberdeenshire which shares their name.
A scheme which aims to double the level of cycling in Inverness has taken a significant step forward.
A Highland community is hoping to cash in on a new £1million cycleway alongside the A82 by erecting information boards about the area's crofting history.
A contractor is being sought to carry out repairs to a footbridge on the Great Glen Way which has been closed for more than a year to anyone unable to tackle 26 steep steps.
Work is underway on a new cycle path along the promenade in Fort William that will form part of the £2.9million Great Glen cycle route between the Lochaber town and Inverness.