A Highland road remains blocked to motorists after several vehicles became stuck in the snow.
Number of drivers caught exceeding average speed on A9 from Dunblane to Inverness falls in past year
The number of speeders caught on the A9 Inverness to Dunblane road have fallen, new figures have shown.
Transport Scotland has announced that ground investigations will be conducted as of next week for the A96 Dualling Hardmuir to Fochabers scheme.
Calls for enhanced safety on A9 at Munlochy junction following crash that claimed 16-year-old’s life
An urgent summit must be held to prevent further loss of lives on the Black Isle's roads, the Scottish Government has been told.
Fragile island communities could face lasting harm as a result of Highlands and Islands Airport Limited (Hial) decision to centralise air traffic control services at Inverness Airport.
Concerns have been raised that Scotland’s whisky highway is being “neglected” amidst pressure to upgrade other routes in the north-east.
Traffic lights could be installed at an Aberdeen junction which has been blighted by accidents since it opened a year ago.
‘No place for politics’: Safety campaigners tell politicians they will accept disruption to see north-east danger junction improved
Safety campaigners have said there is no "no place for politics" as efforts to tackle a notorious accident blackspot progress.
Transport chiefs have been urged to accelerate work on long-awaited schemes to end traffic gridlock in Inverness.
Highland representatives have welcomed a significant boost to road safety in Inverness with work scheduled to commence on the installation of two controlled crossings on the A82.
Transport Scotland has been accused of failing to protect the environment after it emerged staff have taken almost 1,400 flights in the last five years.
Official figures show that more than four million vehicles were counted on just one section of the £745 million Aberdeen bypass in 2019.
Cause for celebration as reduced speed limit at West Highland tourist hotspot to be implemented by March
Speed limits at a West Highland tourist hotspot blessed by both historical and silver screen fame are to be reduced to improve safety.
Taxpayers are facing an extra £64 million bill to resolve a legal dispute with the consortium that built the Aberdeen bypass.
Almost half of Scotland’s railway stations do not have step-free access, according to new analysis.
Western Isles Council seeks ‘level playing field’ through proposal of reduced rates to transport goods to islands
Western Isles Council has hit out at high costs of transporting goods to the islands demanding a discount scheme be introduced to create a “level playing field”.
Roads chiefs have promised to build a pavement by a notoriously busy stretch of the A82 after a safety campaign by a Loch Ness community.
A petition with almost 600 signatures, calling for Aberdeenshire Council to oppose the dualling of the A96 Aberdeen to Inverness road, will be considered by councillors next week.
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.