A Moray campaign group has demanded the Scottish Government assign the community a key role in the redesign of the A96.
A north-east MSP has demanded action over the “real alarm” over the impact of the AWPR on users of the Deeside Way.
How did the squirrel cross the road? By scurrying over the high-wire rope bridge.
Serious concerns are being raised about the age of West Coast ferry stock, after the eighth major breakdown in one year.
Hundreds of cyclists are planning to ride into Aberdeen city centre this weekend to protest against the “disconnect” and lack of cycle lane provision on the new £745million AWPR project.
Aberdeen’s busiest road will be renamed next month, with motorists warned to expect delays as more than 100 signs are changed.
The Queensferry Crossing has improved the reliability of journeys across the Firth of Forth in the year since it opened, according to new analysis.
Transport bosses have published a list of weak bridges on trunk roads across Scotland.
Plans to expand a retail park in Peterhead could be approved after a national transport body said it would have “minimal” impact on traffic.
Fresh calls have been made for transport bosses to take action to prevent a major accident in a north-east village.
Transport chiefs have rejected claims the AWPR is facing fresh delays after it emerged millions of pounds of work will need to be carried out to repair the structure of a new bridge.
VIDEO: Hundreds of cyclists a day faced with navigating ‘lethal’ road crossing after key path ‘forgotten’ during construction of AWPR
Hundreds of cyclists a day have been faced with navigating a “lethal” road crossing after a key path was "forgotten" during the construction of the £745 million Aberdeen Bypass.
The Scottish Tourism Alliance has said that there is “critical urgency for increased ferry capacity” for the Western Isles as it reacted with disappointment at the news that the delivery of two new vessels has been delayed by a year.
Rural Moray residents breathed a sigh of relief last night as road bosses scrapped proposals to route a new dual carriageway through their quiet community.
The long shadow of Dr Beeching’s axe will continue to hang over an Easter Ross railway halt for the foreseeable future - but the fight to have it re-opened will continue.
Transport chiefs have come under fire after it emerged the cyclists invited to become the first to take to a major stretch of the AWPR will be unable to use their own bikes.
The first minister is under pressure to step in and help overturn a controversial tractor ban on the new Aberdeen bypass.
A north-east MSP has urged transport chiefs to ensure repairs are carried out to vital roads which have been damaged by construction traffic.
A north-east couple claim they are enduring “hell on earth” while the final stages of AWPR work is carried out.
An 18-month operation to fell trees has finally concluded near Primrose Bay on Loch Ness leading to 5,300 tonnes of timber being harvested.
Thousands already make their way to the heart of the Scottish whisky industry each year but the Scottish Government is being urged to make Moray more visitor friendly.
A national project called the Big Bike Revival that encourages people to cycle for every day journeys is coming to Inverness.
An MP has claimed road closures brought on by the construction of the AWPR south of the city are putting his constituents at risk.
A campaigning mother-of-two has told how a row over the location of a bus shelter has left her children standing on the verge of a 60mph road waiting for their school transport every day.
Fresh calls have been made to improve safety at a notorious junction following a spate of crashes.
The public have had their first look at plans for a flyover that will transform a deadly junction on one of the north-east’s busiest roads.
Scottish Conservative MSPs have said that a notorious north-east road is an “ideal candidate” for a higher speed limit for lorries.
The Scottish Government has denied claims that a £200 million rail upgrade in the north-east has been abandoned – and revealed the plans could progress within weeks.
An accident black spot in Argyll has undergone £1.6 million worth of safety improvements.
Job adverts have been discovered offering labourers “lethal” 80-hour working weeks on the Aberdeen bypass.
Plans for the long-awaited £24 million Laurencekirk flyover will step up a gear later this month.
The quick completion of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Road works means a new stretch will open soon.