A funding of boost of £1.1 million should mean more bus passengers can pay their fares using contactless technology.
The Scottish Government is looking at leasing ferries to help cope with pressures caused by breakdowns around the network.
An elderly woman has died and three other people, including a child, were taken to hospital following a two-car crash in East Lothian.
Scotland's transport secretary has held crunch talks with AWPR bosses over the ongoing delays to the opening of the £745million development.
New equipment has been added to Scotland’s winter fleet as transport chiefs plan how to keep the country moving in the months ahead.
It is “unlikely” that the current condition of Scotland’s roads will be able to be maintained, a new report has warned.
A historic bridge has been closed for repairs - leaving motorists in the Inverurie area facing a 15-mile diversion.
The biggest rail workers’ union will stage a protest on Monday to mark the 25th anniversary of rail privatisation, saying it has brought years of “exploitation”.
Workers on Arriva Rail North are to stage seven fresh strikes on Saturdays until the end of the year in the long-running dispute over guards.
Workers on Arriva Rail North are to stage five fresh strikes on Saturdays in the run-up to Christmas in the long-running dispute over guards.
The next phase of a major project to cut journey times between the north-east and Highlands is under way.
Motorists are being urged to be vigilant for deer now the nights are drawing in.
The opening of the £745m Aberdeen bypass has been delayed, Scottish transport secretary Michael Matheson has announced.
Drop-off charges at Edinburgh Airport are to double in a move management say will tackle congestion.
There are calls to improve Scotland’s ferry services after a report indicated there were more than 70,000 delays or cancellations in just over a decade.
Over 70,000 Scottish ferries have been delayed or cancelled on routes operated by CalMac since October 2007, according to figures obtained by a freedom of information request.
A railway union has called for urgent action to prevent train operator ScotRail from breaking an agreement not to dump human waste on Scotland’s railways.
Philip Hammond will announce what is being billed as the biggest ever cash injection for England’s largest roads when he delivers his annual Budget statement on Monday.
ScotRail’s performance level is at its lowest since the franchise began, according to latest figures.
A tram-train derailed when it collided with a lorry within hours of the launch of a much-heralded new service.
The number of people killed or injured on Scotland’s roads has reached the lowest level since records began.
The Transport Secretary has pledged to ensure a permanent solution for the landslide-hit Rest And Be Thankful road will be commissioned, it one can be found.
Failure to meet a series of targets has resulted in ScotRail being fined more than £2.2 million in the first half of the year.
The A83 road in Argyll has reopened after several landslides forced closures lasting more than a week.
Chaos at one of the UK’s busiest railway stations could continue into a third day after overhead electric wires were damaged by the testing of a new £500 million train fleet.
Testing of a £500 million new train fleet has damaged overhead electric wires, causing severe disruption at one of the UK’s busiest railway stations.
Some services are now running at a major London railway hub after a test train severely damaged overhead electric wires.
A major London railway hub is at the centre of serious disruption after a test train severely damaged overhead electric wires.
Supporters travelling to the Betfred Scottish League Cup semi-finals at Hampden Park and BT Murrayfield Stadium are being advised to plan their journeys in advance.
The Old Military Road local diversion route at the A83 Rest and be Thankful has been reopened following an assessment.
Edinburgh Airport has recorded its busiest-ever September.
The derailment at Stonehaven coincided with another disappointment for rail users as a “high-speed” train broke down on its first trip between Aberdeen and Edinburgh shortly before.