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.
Forecasters are warning of the possibility of widespread disruption as the first heavy snowfall of the season arrives this weekend.
A group of Aberdeenshire residents say the construction of the AWPR has resulted in traffic streaming "right past their front doors" at all hours and shattered the peace in their once-quiet community.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson visited the AWPR today.
The long-awaited AWPR that circumnavigates Aberdeen city centre is set to open in a few days time.
An A96 dualling campaign group calling for more involvement in the decision making process for the new route has held positive talks with transport chiefs.
The total cost of the constructing the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) will top £1 billion, contractors have confirmed to Holyrood.
Distillery bosses have blasted plans to cut through their land to dual the A96 - and warned it is the "wrong site" for future growth in the area.
Plans to resurrect the Isle of Mull Rally are moving up a gear as Transport Scotland launches an initiative to bring motor sports back to Scotland.
Campaigners remain committed to trying to influence an upgrade of one of the north of Scotland’s busiest roads - despite the imminent announcement of the preferred route.
Councillors have called for transport chiefs to explain their reasons for not dualling the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road along the existing road.
An additional £5.35 million of capital funding has been awarded to allow replacement works to take place on one of Scotland's best-known waterways.
A self-driving passenger bus trial in Scotland will take passengers across the Forth Road Bridge.
Anxious Moray residents have pressed transport bosses to reveal their preferred route for the upgraded A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road as soon as possible.
Fresh calls have been made for transport chiefs to scrap plans to change the route of a major north-east road.
The final decision on a major upgrade to Moray’s busiest road will be unveiled early next month.
Argyll and Bute is to be made a priority in a Strategic Transport Projects Review, which will set out Transport Scotland’s investment priorities for the future.
The controversial dualling of one of the north-east's major roads has been branded a "colossal waste of money" by a councillor.