Another £70 million of sub-contracts were announced yesterday for the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR), as part of a package worth £221 million.
Transport Minister Keith Brown
Transport Minister Keith Brown has promised that trunk roads and pavements cross the north and north-east will be treated quicker than ever this winter.
Transport minister Keith Brown has chaired a meeting of the Scottish Government's resilience room in response to the Met Office's extended amber weather warning.
Four major national companies are bidding to carry out the first phase of work to dual the A9 Inverness-Perth road.
SNP deputy leader contender Keith Brown has won support from two Scottish ministers.
New ferries capable of carrying 1,000 passenger and more than 100 cars are being sought for the Clyde and Hebridean routes.
Three candidates will fight it out to replace Nicola Sturgeon as SNP deputy leader.
Nairn residents will get their first glimpse of the preferred route for the town's long-awaited bypass next month.
The public is being invited to have their say on the preferred option for the A96 Inverness to Nairn dualling scheme - including the long-awaited bypass for the town.
In the fourth of our series on the future of the A90, Cameron Brooks asks Scotland's transport boss what are the chances of getting a dual carriageway between Ellon and Peterhead any time soon?