Campaigners trying to block Heathrow expansion are set to have their legal challenge over controversial plans for a third runway heard by the Court of Appeal.
October 15 is the last day for any new submissions to the Scottish Parliament’s petitions committee in respect of PE1637/H.
Residents of a Black Isle village say they fear losing their morning commuter bus into Inverness because their village is "too rich".
At least 12 new vessels are needed for Scotland’s ferry network and more inter-island tunnels and bridges should be built, Islands Minister Paul Wheelhouse was told yesterday.
A man has been charged after a lorry ended up on its side under a railway bridge causing a city road to be closed and trains cancelled.
Politicians in the North have hit out after reports the HS2 rail route to Leeds and Sheffield could be scrapped under cost-cutting plans.
An airport was partially evacuated and an aircraft cordoned off after a leak in cargo containing vaccinations.
Campaigners have vowed to continue the fight to re-open a disused Highland rail facility.
Caledonian Sleeper services will be cancelled for two days as staff strike over what unions described as “intolerable pressure”.
“Serious concerns” have been raised about a rise in the number of child pedestrians and older motorists dying on Britain’s roads.
Clearances of ancient woodland for HS2 must be stopped while the project is reviewed unless they are necessary to avoid major costs and delays, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced.
Part of one of Aberdeen’s busiest streets was closed off to traffic at the weekend to enable a day of family-friendly entertainment to take place in an attempt to raise awareness of climate change.
Thousands of people have demonstrated in Frankfurt to demand more action against climate change as the German city’s motor show opens to the public, with some cycling along motorways that were temporarily closed for the occasion.
The first-ever strike by British Airways pilots will cripple flights from Monday, causing travel disruption for tens of thousands of passengers.
Dozens of protesters have staged a symbolic funeral procession across central London, ending in a die-in in Trafalgar Square to highlight the need for measures to protect cyclists.
Highland Council has endorsed Transport Scotland’s plans for the A9/A82 Trunk Roads Longman Junction improvement scheme in Inverness.
Satisfaction with air travel has fallen in the past three years, according to new research.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson re-affirmed that a major north-east road will not be dualled along the existing route - despite repeated calls from campaigners.
The Government has launched a review into HS2.
Police have described stopping one of the strangest vehicles seen on Britain’s roads – a motorbike gaffer-taped to a look like a boat.
Boris Johnson has been urged to keep his promises after a report suggested the North is set to receive more than £2,300 less per person in transport spending than London.
A man was given his own private Delta flight after he was the only person to show up for the trip.
A horse joined commuters at a Tyne and Wear metro station this morning.
A plane operated by airline Norwegian was damaged after hitting a fence while being moved from its departure gate at Gatwick, the carrier said.
Western Isles Council has called for ageing ferries on its routes to be urgently replaced and “brought up to standard.”
Britain will continue to accept Interrail and Eurail train passes after a decision to end its membership of the schemes was reversed.
Two British pilots have taken off on their challenge to fly a newly-restored Spitfire 27,000 miles around the world in the first trip of its kind.
British engineering group Senior has revealed the fallout from Boeing’s 737 Max production cut on its profits for the first half, but remained confident of achieving its annual targets.
A Government review which could lead to electric scooters being allowed on UK roads should be accelerated, London’s transport authority has said.
The owner of Vauxhall has warned that the car giant will cease production at its Ellesmere Port factory if Brexit makes it unprofitable.
Nearly 100 people have been caught illegally riding electric scooters in London this week.
Campaigners who believe that a "dangerous" stretch of a north-east road needs to be transformed into a dual carriageway have launched a petition to garner local support.