Moray’s biggest town has been put back on the map after it was temporarily taken off during a revamp of road signs.
Airports in the north have been forced to ask the Scottish Government for a near £4 million funding lifeline to keep them operating this year.
A busy Speyside bridge is poised to be refurbished next week as part of a £150,000 project.
Fears have been voiced about disruption to breeding curlews if the A96 is rerouted away from Inverurie.
Homes and businesses are likely to be flooded and travel disrupted as heavy rain sweeps parts of Scotland on Thursday, forecasters have warned.
Transport bosses have been urged to take immediate action to protect businesses reliant on ferries.
Aberdeen City Council is locked in talks with government transport bosses as it pursues its case for compensation after taking on responsibility for additional roads.
Dualling a major north-east road will have a dramatic impact on the environment, campaigners have argued.
Concerns have been raised that roads bosses may have breached privacy laws by installing "secret cameras" on a busy north-east trunk route.
Transport Scotland has confirmed a raft of safety improvement measures it plans to implement for pedestrians on one of Inverness city’s most dangerous stretches of road.
A wealth of nearly-new cycling equipment used to christen the Aberdeen bypass has been donated to a pair of local organisations.
Scotland’s transport secretary has argued that dualling a major north-east road along its existing route would mean people would lose their homes.
North-east farmer James Duthie is seeking more than £1 million from the Scottish Government to compensate for lost land, damage and disruption caused by the Aberdeen bypass.
Traffic through the centre of Aberdeen has halved since the opening of the city bypass three months ago.
Transport chiefs will launch a safety probe into a notorious north-east junction, where three people died in a crash earlier this year.
Campaigners’ hail ‘life-changing’ benefits of north-east road upgrade as date set for transformation of flyover
Campaigners have hailed the “life-changing” benefits of improving a notorious north-east junction after road chiefs set a date for the £300,000 project.
Commuters have raised concerns that an “accident is waiting to happen” on a section of the new AWPR road.
Plans for two controlled crossings on an Inverness road described as "an accident waiting to happen" have been welcomed.
Warning signs are to be installed at a “danger” Inverness roundabout where a 58-year-old grandmother was killed earlier this year.
A convoy system is to be in operation on the A9 from Sunday as £305,000 worth of resurfacing works get underway.
Work is poised to begin on a controversial London-style low emission zone for Aberdeen’s city centre.
Campaigners pushing for a major upgrade of a north-east junction have been dealt a blow after roads bosses said the "perception" it was dangerous was not backed up by data.
Incentives paid to airlines to run services from Highlands and islands terminals are at the centre of a funding wrangle between the region’s airport operator and its owner, the Scottish Government.
More than a dozen roads damaged during construction of the AWPR have still to be repaired.
Work on the long-awaited Laurencekirk flyover on the A90 Aberdeen to Dundee road will begin next month.
Transport bosses have confirmed that the impact of the AWPR will be taken into account when finalising the A96 dualling project.
The hopes of north-east campaigners were raised yesterday after the transport secretary confirmed improvements to a notorious road would be included in a new review.
A string of north-east roads will be officially “de-trunked” and brought under council control next week.
ScotRail must do more to regain the trust of customers following a decline in performance levels, rail boss Alex Hynes has said.
More trains, quicker journey times and improved station lengths all part of Highland railway improvements
Network Rail has completed a £57 million upgrade on the Highland main line between Inverness and Perth.
The speed limit on a stretch of the north-east's busiest trunk route could be reduced to 20mph outside a Moray primary school amid concerns for the safety of pupils.
The Scottish Government has been urged to lower the speed limit in residential areas to 20mph to save lives.