Plans for a new road in Inverness linking the A9 and A96 trunk roads were unveiled today and will provide enhanced facilities for road users, cyclists and pedestrians.
Scotland’s transport minister is undecided on whether to support calls for an independent public inquiry into North Sea helicopter safety.
Scotland's Transport Minister last night promised to tackle the problems on one of the most notorious roads in the Highlands - but warned that progress would not "happen overnight".
Community councils in Lochaber have been excluded from a top level summit to discuss a notorious Highland road which passes their doorsteps.
Community councils in Lochaber are demanding seats round the table when a top level summit - to discuss a notorious road in the Highlands - is held next month.
Action must be taken quickly to support Highland businesses following a top-level summit to discuss the notorious A82.
The man in charge of Scotland's roads and railways has admitted he is not an expert on the topic.
The Liberal Democrats are calling for the new transport minister to prioritise upgrades for the A82 Inverness to Glasgow road.
Scotland's Transport Minister is to be driven along a stretch of a major Highland route in a truck so he can see for himself that it desperately needs upgrading.
A Highland community is angry that resurfacing work that caused serious disruption to traffic on the A82 Inverness to Glasgow road started crumbling within weeks and needs to be replaced.
A Highland politician is urging the new transport minister to make improving the A82 Inverness-Glasgow road a priority.
The new Transport Minister has insisted that controversial A9 speed cameras ARE operational.
A Highland haulage company has been awarded almost £1million for a new water freight service that will reduce the number of timber trucks on Scotland's trunk roads.
Scotland's transport minister is being urged to intervene to stop a cycling event involving 800 people "causing chaos" on one of the north's busiest trunk roads.
Plans to ease congestion around Aberdeen International Airport during the construction of the long-awaited city bypass are under consideration by the Scottish Government.
Just one in ten drivers believe average-speed cameras will make Scotland's most notorious road safer.
A major milestone in the construction of the long-awaited Aberdeen bypass has been reached with the announcement of the preferred bidder.
The Scottish Transport Minister Keith Brown visited the Kessock Bridge this morning as daytime travel restrictions were lifted five weeks ahead of schedule.