Flybe has confirmed it has agreed a financial arrangement to defer tax payments of “less than £10 million” with HM Revenue and Customs.
The boss at one of the UK’s biggest bus companies – who worked with Boris Johnson during his time as London mayor – has called on the Government to deliver its promise of a national bus strategy.
An explosion on an empty passenger train which showered broken glass over carriage seats was caused by a build-up of gases in an electrical equipment box, a rail safety inquiry has found.
There are numerous ways of reducing the impact of Thursday’s rise in rail fares.
The City of York’s council has approved plans to ban private car journeys from its centre within three years as it attempts to become Britain’s first car-free city.
The president of Dubai-based airline Emirates will retire next June after 17 years at the helm of the Middle East’s biggest carrier, the company has confirmed.
A tornado brought trees down on cars and flipped over vehicles as severe weather swept southern England and disrupted the Christmas travel plans of millions.
Train staff were “standing rock solid” in support of strike action which has shut down the Tyne and Metro rail system, their union said.
Two of the country’s busiest train stations faced hours of delays and cancellations on Wednesday, in what one commuter labelled the “worst transport chaos” he had seen.
Abellio is to be stripped of the contract to run ScotRail services, it has been announced.
Bus travel in Britain excluding London has sunk to the lowest point on record amid a 3.3% fares hike, official figures show.
A police motorcycle which once reached speeds of 140mph as it raced to crashes across the north-east and Highlands has found a fitting retirement home at the Grampian Transport Museum.
Uber has launched an appeal against Transport for London’s (TfL) decision to refuse to renew its operating licence in the capital over safety concerns.
The brother-and-sister team that set up Stagecoach is vacating the driving seat after the transport group showed declining revenues.
Britain’s longest-running rail franchise comes to an end on Saturday after more than 22 years as Virgin Trains operates its final services.
A police chief has said there can be "no let up" on drink-driving after new figures revealed there has been little decline since the legal limit was lowered.
A number of rail services heading to and from the north-east today have been cancelled because of a lack of crew.
Rail passengers who have suffered months of severe disruption after new timetables were introduced are to receive additional compensation.
Traffic studies have suggested that the opening of the £750million bypass has reduced gridlock in Aberdeen city centre by up to 50%.
Cars could be banned from several streets, new 20mph zones introduced and another bridge built across the River Dee under proposals to shake up transport in Aberdeen over the next 20 years.
Avanti West Coast has been unveiled as the name of the operator replacing Virgin Trains.
Hundreds of thousands of unlicensed vehicles are being driven on UK roads, official figures show.
Aberdeenshire Council’s transport strategy team has won two national awards for its efforts in promoting greener transport options.
A man from Latvia has completed the five-year task of cycling every single street in the centre of London, and said the experience has made him feel “part of the city”.
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.
Campaigners have vowed to continue the fight to re-open a disused Highland rail facility.
“Serious concerns” have been raised about a rise in the number of child pedestrians and older motorists dying on Britain’s roads.
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.
Highland Council has endorsed Transport Scotland’s plans for the A9/A82 Trunk Roads Longman Junction improvement scheme in Inverness.