The controversial dualling of one of the north-east's major roads has been branded a "colossal waste of money" by a councillor.
Motorists travelling on the A9 between Dalraddy and Slochd can expect disruption from next week as work on the largest individual section of the A9 dualling project is set to get underway.
Lifeline flights at airports across the Highlands and Islands could be grounded over Christmas by a threat of strike action from air traffic controllers over a pay dispute.
Prince of Dubai’s planned expansion of Highland retreat could be put on hold to assess impact of his entourage on local roads
The Prince of Dubai’s planned expansion of his Highland retreat could be put on hold - to allow Transport Scotland to assess the impact his huge entourage will have the local roads.
Community-led drop-in meetings are being held this week across the Garioch area to give residents information on the A96 dualling routes proposed between Inverurie and Huntly.
Scotland's transport secretary has held crunch talks with AWPR bosses over the ongoing delays to the opening of the £745million development.
Residents living along the routes of a major road dualling project have banded together to urge more people to speak out against the “illogical” proposals.
Contractors are battling to get the Aberdeen bypass open before the end of the year after it was was confirmed that the project has been hit by yet another delay.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said talks will be held with ScotRail over falling performance levels and the practice of emptying train toilets onto tracks.
Motorists have been unable to drive on a key section of Aberdeen’s bypass because of a blunder by the Scottish Government, it was claimed last night.
Shock figures have revealed that the number of CalMac ferry sailings hit by delays has more than doubled in the last decade.
Residents of three rural Aberdeenshire villages met last night to voice their concerns about the proposed routes for new dual carriageway being planned by Transport Scotland.
A north-east MSP has written to the Transport Minister seeking “clarity” on the Aberdeen bypass amid claims that work on sections of the route has been delayed by red tape.
Torrential rain brought more travel misery to the Highlands yesterday as Storm Callum arrived, causing further landslides at the Rest and Be Thankful.
Transport bosses have been accused of holding up the opening of the long-awaited bypass - by not completing the proper legal paperwork.
Campaigners were celebrating last night after plans to take a major north-east road past an iconic landmark were withdrawn.
When tacks were found deliberately strewn across part of the NC500 – Scotland’s Route 66 – it sparked fears a sinister stance was being taken against bad driving by tourists.
A business fears it will sustain long-term damage if a north-east council fails to replace a soon to be demolished bridge.
Aberdeen political and business leaders have called on the Scottish Government to “come clean” on when the £750 million AWPR will be fully open. There has been mounting frustration in the north-east, with no firm dates set for the full opening of the massive project.
A campaign group who demanded that Transport Scotland give locals a larger say in the creation of a new dual carriageway through Moray will have their case heard at the Scottish Government.
Campaigners battling to save iconic landmark from new A96 route meet with Scottish transport minister
Campaigners battling to protect one of the north-east’s most iconic landmarks have taken their fight back to Holyrood.
Campaigners have launched a fresh bid to improve transport links to Buchan’s biggest town.
A public consultation was held in Aviemore yesterday as Transport Scotland revealed plans depicting the preferred route for the dualling of the A9 between Dalraddy and Slochd.
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.