The north-east is getting moving again, with a range of transport services set to increase from next week.
First Bus has confirmed the new route of a number of its services ahead of a partial road closure in Aberdeen city centre.
First Bus has drawn praise from a disability charity after updating its app to show wheelchair-accessible spaces on their local bus services in real time.
Police today said fines will only be used as a "last resort" for people breaching the new rules on face masks on public transport.
In part four of our series on the efforts of keyworkers. Danny McKay speaks to those involved in keeping the north-east public transport systems moving
Plans were today unveiled that would see cars banned from the city centre and new cycle lanes created to keep people safe after the coronavirus lockdown restrictions are relaxed.
Many people are in a dilemma about how to commute safely now the Government is trying to ease the lockdown and get the UK back to work.
First Aberdeen have increased the number of morning and evening services following feedback from key workers.
Public transport provider First Aberdeen has rolled out further changes to its timetables in response to feedback from key workers.
A replacement bus service has been launched to keep an Aberdeen community connected to shops during lockdown.
A new fleet of hydrogen double-decker buses will be rolled out across Aberdeen in the summer.
Work to recover an overturned bus on a north-east road is under way.
A north-east road remains closed today after a bus overturned.
A man has appeared in court charged with careless driving after a crash on an Aberdeen street.
A man has been found guilty of causing the deaths of three people by driving carelessly on the A90.
Councillors have approved more than £380,000 in funding for bus services in a number of rural north-east communities.
Aberdeen’s hydrogen buses have been taken off the road, marking the end of the first phase of the programme.
Police have confirmed the victim of a fatal north-east crash involving a car and a bus on the A96 is an 80-year-old man.
A man has been struck by a bus in Aberdeen city centre.
A survey seeking the views of Aberdeenshire residents to identify their travel priorities and preferences has been launched.
Residents in an Aberdeen community have hit out over changes to bus services.
Plans for a council-owned bus service in Aberdeen have moved a step closer.
First Aberdeen has announced service changes which will launch this weekend.
Aberdeen City Council will ask the Scottish transport secretary to use any power at his disposal to stop First Bus putting “profit before passengers”.
Aberdeen leaders have prepared an emergency motion in a bid to scrap planned changes to city bus routes.
Some pupils were reportedly forced to walk to school as the bus was too full to accommodate them.
Police today released CCTV of a man they want to speak to in connection with a series of assaults on Aberdeen buses over a 23-month period.
Police Scotland said: The road is closed in both directions, while the bus is stabilised by the fire service."