Scores of schoolchildren have taken part in a special event to mark the upcoming dualling of a major Moray road.
A rail depot in Glasgow has been marked for closure, threatening almost 200 jobs.
Works to improve safety measures at a notorious hairpin bend on the Berriedale Braes in the Highlands begin today.
An aspiring professional football player who almost died in a car crash is backing a new road safety campaign.
Serious safety concerns have been raised over a perilous Inverness crossing after a female pedestrian was struck by a car.
Long-awaited work to improve the notorious Berriedale Braes will begin next week.
Details of the next contract for the Northern Isles lifeline ferry service have been published by Transport Scotland, but the procurement is facing a legal challenge from Orkney based Pentland Ferries.
The final section of the AWPR will open tomorrow, marking the "beginning of an important new chapter for Aberdeen".
The Aberdeen bypass will finally fully open on Tuesday, Transport Scotland has revealed this morning.
The long-awaited Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route will fully open next week after Transport Scotland made the announcement today.
Transport chiefs are facing fresh demands for investment after figures showed that traffic has soared by up to 140% on some of the roads that now form the North Coast 500.
Talks are to be held after the long-standing plan to dual the A96 road at Inverurie was dropped.
The city bypass will not be opened until “assurances” are given about its rising costs, the transport secretary has said.
A controversial Moray roundabout that confuses road users due to its lack of visible signage could be improved after Transport Scotland agreed to liaise with the local authority.
Stabilising two dangerous landslip areas in Wester Ross will hit cash-strapped Highland Council with a bill of more than £3m over the next two years.
Availability of brown tourism signs questioned after Moray business quoted almost £50,000 for just four signs
Transport Scotland has been urged to ensure brown tourist attraction signs are accessible - and affordable - for all businesses.
Campaigners on Speyside are celebrating victory following a two-year battle in their fight to get a pedestrian crossing on their High Street.
Aberdeen City Council was under fire last night over its “baffling” failure to ask for cash to prepare for the looming launch of a major anti-pollution scheme.
Just two complaints have ever been made to the Scottish Government about Gaelic road signs, it has emerged.
Extra safety measures are to be installed on the Aberdeen bypass to help clamp down on the number of speeding drivers.
Yellow bar markings are to be added to one of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route's junctions.
ScotRail’s train and station facilities improved in the final weeks of 2018 when compared to the same period of the previous year, according to new figures.
Contracts worth a total of almost £60 million have been awarded on two road infrastructure projects by Transport Scotland.
North-east activists pushing for transport improvements are gearing up to formally launch their campaign.
A contractor has been appointed to oversee an £18million project to end the gridlock at a notorious north-east roundabout.
Self-driving cars will be trialled on the twisting, turning single-track roads of northern Scotland to see how the technology might cope if it becomes widely used.
ScotRail has been instructed by the Scottish Government to submit a plan for how it will address falling performance levels.
Highland residents are demanding a rethink by the Scottish Government after its officials turned down a speed reduction through a busy tourist village.
The AWPR will now not be finished until the New Year, despite contractors promising the billion-pound route would be finished by Christmas.
Vital repairs are to be carried out on a rural road was left looking like a "warzone" during the construction of the AWPR.
Accusation A9 campaigners are getting ‘preferential’ treatment to A96 because MSP is Deputy First Minister
Transport Scotland has been accused of giving preferential treatment to A9 campaigners over a group in Moray because they are constituents of the Deputy First Minister.
Business chief says north-east ‘deserves better’ following Scottish Budget’s ‘glaring omission’ of vital £200m railway project
An Aberdeen business leader has said the north-east “deserves better” following the Scottish Budget’s “glaring omission” of a vital £200 million railway project.