Almost 100 compensation claims have been made by landowners whose land was bought up to make way for the AWPR.
The German transport ministry has been criticised after it created an advertising campaign promoting the wearing of bike helmets which some have claimed is “stupid and sexist”.
Campaigners have been prosecuted for inconsiderate driving while trying to bring roads to a standstill as part of a pro-Brexit protest.
Police have warned pro-Brexit campaigners planning “go slow” protests on the UK’s roads that they could face prosecution.
London Heathrow has welcomed the final aircraft in a series of retro liveries by British Airways.
Housing associations have received half-a-million pounds in funding for electric hire car clubs to allow people to rent low-emission vehicles.
Extending free bus passes to all young Scots up to the age of 25 could cost as much as £230 million a year, the Transport Secretary has said.
Eurostar is urging passengers to avoid travelling until after Wednesday unless their journey is “absolutely necessary”.
Striking new images of plans to transform Birmingham Moor Street station have been revealed by the West Midlands Rail Executive.
More than half of Scots back cutting the default speed limit in residential streets to 20mph, a new poll has found.
Bus users who benefit from free travel are more likely to be satisfied with their journeys than people who have to pay, new research has found.
The US is issuing an emergency order grounding all Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9 aircraft “effective immediately” in the wake of the crash of an Ethiopian Airliner that killed 157 people, President Donald Trump has said.
Controversial plans to expand Heathrow would effectively create a “new airport” and have “severe” consequences for Londoners, the High Court has heard.
The first steam train for more than two decades will arrive in Aberdeen this week.
Controversial plans to expand Heathrow Airport will come under the scrutiny of leading judges as a legal challenge gets under way at the High Court.
Nicola Sturgeon has said the Scottish Government remains committed to the devolution of railway policing as she faced calls to abandon plans to merge Police Scotland and the British Transport Police (BTP) for good.
A black Bugatti has become the most expensive new car ever sold after fetching almost £14.4 million.
Plans to make a range of changes to transport in Scotland have been backed by a committee of MSPs – however there were calls for clarity over how the proposals will be implemented.
Policing 20mph zones will not be a priority for Police Scotland if Holyrood passes new legislation to curb the speed limit in built-up areas, a senior officer has told MSPs.
Police cameras used to detect speeding drivers will continue to be set at 30mph even if Holyrood passes legislation to cut the limit in built-up areas to a default 20mph, MSPs have been told.
A broken down train is causing major disruption to north and north-east train commuters this morning.
A cut in the number of traffic police officers has led to a significant drop in people being prosecuted for driving while using a mobile phone, the RAC has told the BBC.
Scottish hauliers lack adequate permits to operate in the EU following a no deal Brexit, the Transport Secretary has warned.
The number of people choosing the train for journeys between Scotland and England rose to 9.6 million last year, according to new figures.
A Flybe flight was forced to abort take-off due to the cabin filling with “smoke” while it was accelerating along the runway at Exeter Airport.
Urgent action must be taken to reduce emissions, Scottish Greens co-convener Patrick Harvie told Nicola Sturgeon, adding that the latest transport figures “make for grim reading”.
More traffic collisions were recorded in Foothill in 2018 than in any other year during the last decade, figures show.
Three new routes connecting Scotland and the south east of England have been announced by the airline Loganair.
Train and car use in Scotland has increased but the number of bus journeys has fallen, new transport figures show.
Train bosses' plans to upgrade a busy north-east station have been dealt a major blow after planners rejected their proposals.
Failing rail infrastructure is "holding back progress in Scotland", a senior MP has said after a report laid bare the performance of Network Rail.
The stations skipped most frequently by ScotRail trains over the last year have been revealed.