The Scottish Transport Secretary has said the Government is expected to miss a target for 10% of everyday journeys to be made by bike by 2020.
A station has reopened after it was evacuated when thick smoke was seen billowing from a train.
Some Aberdeen trains have been delayed this morning due to the evacuation of Glasgow Queen Street station after thick smoke was seen billowing from a train.
Calls have been made for an urgent safety review on the AWPR.
British Airways celebrated Father’s Day by giving some of its fathers the chance to work alongside their sons and daughters on a long-haul flight.
Homes and businesses are likely to be flooded and travel disrupted as heavy rain sweeps parts of Scotland on Thursday, forecasters have warned.
MSPs have backed proposals to allow local councils to run their own bus services.
Dualling a major north-east road will have a dramatic impact on the environment, campaigners have argued.
Labour has launched a bid to toughen up legislation on Low Emissions Zones, and is challenging the First Minister to “put words into action”.
Train and bus business FirstGroup has launched a scathing attack on the company’s biggest shareholder, calling it an “opportunistic, self-interested player that is only focused on short-term gains”, as bosses attempt to stave off a boardroom coup.
Additional funding has been granted to help provide an alternative to car ownership by expanding access to electric vehicles.
Calls have been made to reduce the speed limit on a north-east road where a woman was badly hurt in a crash earlier this week.
Aberdeen’s transport future is to be put to the people, with council bosses aiming to bring about a culture change in the way residents travel across the city.
UK airspace could see its busiest day ever as football fans jet off to the Champions League final in Spain.
FirstGroup is mulling over options to spin off its UK bus operations and also selling its iconic Greyhound coach business as part of a major restructuring.
Speed limits of 20mph should not be introduced on all residential roads in Scotland, MSPs have decided.
Two planes came within 875 metres of each other at a Scottish airport, an investigation has found.
Richard Leonard has urged the First Minister to nationalise the closure-threatened Caledonian railway works “to save a national asset”.
Transport giant FirstGroup has said it will sell off its US Greyhound coach business and spin off its UK bus arm amid pressure from an activist investor to break up the firm.
The workplace parking levy (WPL) would hit low-paid workers the most and be used by stretched local councils to plug funding gaps rather than improve public transport, MSPs have been warned.
The mayors of Greater Manchester and Liverpool have called for Northern Rail to be stripped of its franchise.
Six regional airports remain closed until the start of Friday due to a strike by air traffic controllers locked in a row over pay.
Six airports have closed for 24 hours due to a strike by air traffic controllers involved in a pay dispute.
Scotland’s transport secretary has argued that dualling a major north-east road along its existing route would mean people would lose their homes.
Residents of a north-east village who have endured months of disruption due to problem bridges can find out next week what solutions the council will put in place.
Children in the poorest areas of Scotland are about three times more likely to be injured in a road accident than those in the richest parts, according to research by a charity.
Six airports will close for one day this week as a result of a strike by air traffic controllers involved in a pay dispute.
Funding worth £2 million to encourage people to increase journeys made on foot, bikes and public transport has been announced by the Scottish Government.
Flights coming to and from the north and north-east have been affected by a power cut at Manchester Airport.
Aberdeen City Council is hiring vans for workers while a fleet of new taxed and insured vehicles are parked at a depot, the Press and Journal can reveal.
Compensation paid out for delayed journeys on Scotrail has risen more than 70% in a year, topping £1 million.
A series of drop-in sessions will update north-east communities on the dualling of the A96.