There will be at least three weeks of disruption in Aberdeen’s city centre as new gas lines are laid.
Plans for the long-awaited £24 million Laurencekirk flyover will step up a gear later this month.
An energy firm has ruled out transporting huge turbine parts overnight despite protests from motorists left frustrated by traffic delays.
Huge queues formed after a car crashed and overturned at a notorious Aberdeen roundabout yesterday, partially blocking the road.
The A9 has re-opened after a serious crash left three people seriously injured earlier today.
Temporary traffic restrictions will be put in place on part of a busy Aberdeenshire road route while engineers work to boost superfast broadband provision.
Police were at the scene of a crash involving a lorry and car on a major Aberdeen road.
Councillors have backed plans to transform the way transport is used in a north-east town.
A 28-year-old man has been charged after he was allegedly caught driving at 104mph in a 70mph zone on the A90.
An operation to prevent an increase in antisocial behaviour and antisocial driving in Garioch will start today.
The first section of trunk road to open on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) is expected to be a new seven kilometre section between Goval and Blackdog - which could open next week.
A zebra crossing could be installed to combat speeding in a north-east village.
A pedestrian crossing could soon be installed on a busy road where a schoolboy was knocked down.
Drivers are being advised to plan for delays on popular routes this weekend as the bank holiday coincides with the start of half term and a spell of warm weather.
Blundering council officials have been handing out tickets to motorists leaving their vehicles parked on private land.
Aberdeen is officially Scotland's most congested city with motorists spending up to 35 hours in traffic each year.
An Aberdeen street was shut this morning after a hole appeared in the road.
Council chiefs are considering introducing new traffic measures in Peterhead.
There was rush-hour chaos yesterday morning at a busy Inverness crossroads after a Land Rover crashed into a set of traffic lights in the early hours, knocking all of the lights out.
Residents living along a north-east road have pleaded for assistance to end the speeding and traffic noise woes that are increasingly blighting their lives.
It's not clear why the chicken crossed the road but one thing is certain, it has been causing a bit of chaos this morning.
Motorists have been hit by major delays on the first day of four weeks of roadworks on a busy Inverness road.
A man has been airlifted to Aberdeen Royal Infirmary after sustaining serious injuries in a collision with a tractor. The two-vehicle collision happened between Oldmeldrum and Fyvie at around 10.35 this morning. Some of the roads surrounding the area are currently closed, but diversions have been put in place.
Officers from the Northfield Community Policing Team have engaged with more than 150 motorists following a two day road traffic operation in the area.
There were delays earlier on the A82 after the road was blocked by a fallen tree. Police and workers from Bear Scotland were called to the scene near Urquhart Castle at around 11.45am. Access was restricted in both directions while the tree was cleared away and the route was reopened fully at 1.45pm.
Many people in the north and north-east woke up to a winter wonderland this morning after heavy snow in the region overnight.
There has been congestion on roads across the north and north-east this morning after heavy snow overnight.
A 52-year-old man has been charged with careless driving after an accident on the A90 earlier today left one in hospital.
Fresh calls have been made for Aberdeenshire Council to stamp out ”severe” speeding on a north-east road.
An Aberdeen community is calling for action amid claims there have been “road rage incidents” outside a local nursery - caused by just a handful of parked cars.
More schools have closed for the day across the Highlands after further heavy snow fell overnight.
North-east restaurant owner claims he lost customers for no reason after planned road closure cancelled
A beleaguered restaurant owner has claimed his business lost out on customers for no reason after a scheduled nearby road closure was cancelled without his knowledge.