After a spate of accidents, drivers have called on authorities to improve conditions at a north-east junction.
Highlands and Islands MSP condems Scotrail for ‘dragging their feet’ in resolving customer complaints over ticket machine
A Highland and Islands MSP has condemned Scotrail for “dragging its feet” after taking three months to repair an overcharging ticket machine in Nairn.
Motorists using a stretch of the A83 will next week face a series of road restrictions for resurfacing works.
Commuters are being warned of a series of lane closures in Aberdeen as work continues to overhaul the Haudagain roundabout.
Resurfacing work on a notorious patch of Moray’s busiest road has been praised.
Conservative MP for Moray Douglas Ross has announced that Transport Scotland has approved the proposal for new pedestrian crossing in Aberlour.
Scotland’s national transport agency is to make improvements to Raigmore Interchange following safety concerns raised following a tragic accident.
Politicians have called on the Scottish Government and CalMac to conduct a “lessons learnt” exercise around this year’s Stornoway and Barra dry dock replacement - to ensure more successful planning and deployment in future.
The number of people killed in accidents on north and north-east roads rose significantly last year, according to the latest statistics.
A notorious accident hotspot on the A9 in Ross-shire could be redesigned as Transport Scotland considers implementing roundabouts to improve road safety.
Campaigners have called upon the Scottish Government to abandon its consultation on the A96 Aberdeen to Huntly dualling project.
Cyclists travelling on one of Scotland’s most scenic railway lines through the west Highlands are to benefit with specially designated carriages to carry bikes and large sporting equipment - a UK first for the rail industry.
Updated designs to upgrade Moray’s busiest road will go on display this month.
The Scottish Government has pledged to investigate safety at one of the many new AWPR junctions.
Transport Scotland has insisted the government is committed to dualling the A9 and A96, despite its roads’ director suggesting the projects were “up for debate”.
Check out this video showing what a long-awaited link road aimed at reducing traffic congestion in Inverness will look like.
Major resurfacing works are due to take place on the A96 next month following public concerns for the state of the route.
Highlands and Islands MSP David Stewart has raised concerns over a decision to slash the number of parking spaces at the new Dalcross Railway Station by 100 in the revised design.
Electric car charging points installed at Caledonian Stadium – and they are free to use for the next year
Caley Thistle have installed electric car charging facilities at Caledonian Stadium which will be free for all users for the next 12 months.
Blasting works will commence on the Berriedale Braes in Caithness next week to make way for the construction of a new road.
Motorists on the A90 can expect to face disruption as four nights of works take place near Stonehaven.
A major step towards easing traffic congestion in Inverness could be implemented in the next year as Transport Scotland presses ahead with its East Link scheme.
Transport chiefs have racked up a £600,000 legal bill as they fight a compensation claim over Aberdeen’s new bypass.
A call has been made for specially designed trains to replace 30-year-old models being used on a Highland rail line.
Transport officials responsible for drawing upgrade plans for one of the north-east’s busiest roads have travelled its length to inspect progress.
Plans to improve the notorious Longman roundabout in Inverness have taken a huge step forward with the awarding of a £1million contract for ground investigations.
More than 100 bags of litter are being collected by Aberdeen bypass workers each month.
New train stations and road upgrades could be built by diverting £200 million that was earmarked to speed-up rail journeys between Aberdeen and the central belt.
Fresh plans for a "bigger and better" rail station for Inverness Airport are due to be lodged - more than a decade after the idea was first tabled.
Aberdeen politicians have expressed delight at the announcement of Scottish Government funding for a study into the creation of new train stations in the south of the city.
Aberdeenshire roads activists say they were snubbed by a government minister on a visit to the region- as he ruled out their long term hopes for the A96.
Drivers were sent on a 154-mile detour yesterday after a 40-50ft tree fell on to a busy Highland tourist road.