The Scottish Government has revealed plans to eliminate road deaths in the country by 2050.
Hydrogen trains are being considered for north-east rail journeys in the future if studies show they should be supported.
A Scottish Government minister has been quizzed on plans to boost broadband in rural communities – as connection problems saw one MSP forced to take part in the session from the back seat of his car.
Professor Jillian Evans of NHS Grampian has said staff in the healthcare sector are struggling with the workload resulting from new variants of Covid-19.
Travellers flying directly into Scotland on international flights have to self-isolate for 10 days in a quarantine hotel room, under new regulations taking effect on Monday.
Scottish Transport Secretary Michael Matheson claims the UK Government is "undermining" Scotland's tougher quarantine rules by failing to close a loophole which exists.
Transport bosses have extended the consultation period of a major north-east road improvement project - a move that has been welcomed by locals.
An online booking system launched on Thursday for people flying into the UK to book a hotel for their "managed isolation" has a glitch.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has said oil and gas workers travelling back into Scotland could be granted exemption from enforced quarantine measures.
As many as 1,200 passengers arriving in Scotland could have to check into quarantine hotels every week, though the Transport Secretary has admitted the policy could see flights into the country axed.
International travellers arriving in Scotland will be forced to pay up to £1,750 a head to quarantine inside a hotel room for 10 days as part of tough new measures that go even further than those introduced by UK ministers.
Travellers forced to quarantine upon arrival in Scotland will have to cover their own accommodation, Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has said.
Disruption to travel is set to worsen as an upgraded amber warning has been put in force across central Scotland.
A government commitment to provide funding for projects in the city has been welcomed.
The First Minister has voiced concern about the potential impact severe weather expected over the coming days could have on the Covid-19 vaccination programme.
Spending on healthcare, education, transport and environmental infrastructure over the next five years will exceed £33 billion, the Scottish Government has forecast.
Ministers have been urged to "come clean" amid concerns a major road improvement project in Aberdeen will run over budget.
Scots are being warned to expect disruption with snow and “challenging” weather conditions forecast for the coming days.
A metro system in Glasgow and a mass transit system in Edinburgh form part of the Scottish Government’s vision for the future of transport.
Passenger flights from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have been banned from entering Scotland under updated coronavirus measures.
Free bus travel for the under-19s has moved one stop closer after the Transport Secretary introduced legislation to enable it at the Scottish Parliament.
People travelling are being warned to expect significant disruption after the Met Office upgraded its weather warning to amber with a forecast of heavy snow.
The Scottish Government is offering a £1 million fund to organisations which can develop an innovative new way of integrating public transport into one application.
Dubai has been added to Scotland’s travel quarantine list with travellers returning from the country told to self-isolate for 10 days.
Requiring international travellers to test negative for Covid-19 before entering Scotland could leave people stranded overseas – but has been hailed as the “only way” the aviation industry can bounce back.
The Glasgow Subway and Edinburgh Trams will receive a further £8 million of emergency funding to help tackle the financial impact of the pandemic.
The route proposed by transport officials for the dualling of a major north-east road has been branded "not fit for purpose".
Active travel projects have been awarded more than £22 million by the Scottish Government.
Travellers arriving in Scotland from Namibia, Uruguay and the US Virgin Islands must quarantine.
The £300 million Tay Cities Region Deal is due to be signed on Thursday.