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.
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 route proposed by transport officials for the dualling of a major north-east road has been branded "not fit for purpose".
A temporary bund costing £950,000 is to be constructed next to the Old Military Road within weeks to ease woes at the Rest and Be Thankful.
Boris Johnson's plan to upgrade the nation's transport infrastructure has hit a roadblock in Scotland, it has been claimed.
Aberdeen City Council has opened a consultation on plans to create a low emission zone (LEZ) in the centre of the city.
Rail line at Stonehaven closed until October as transport secretary highlights challenges of probing fatal rail crash
The track where three men died in a train derailment in Aberdeenshire is expected to remain closed until at least October as investigators work to overcome difficulties accessing the crash site.
Scottish Transport Secretary: ‘Still too early’ to identify ‘exact causes’ behind Stonehaven rail tragedy
Michael Matheson has said it is "still too early" to determine the "exact causes" of the Stonehaven rail crash, which claimed the lives of three men.
The investigation into what caused the Stonehaven train derailment has begun - with Network Rail chief executive, Andrew Haines, visiting the site.
A north-east MSP has raised concerns over support for the coach industry.
Aberdeenshire Council to make £310,000 funding bid to ensure safe physical distancing in town centres
Aberdeenshire Council is to make a £310,000 project bid to ensure safe physical distancing in town centres.
I read your article in Wednesday’s EE about prospects for the A96 dualling project with great interest (“Concern raised by action group”, May 20, P7).
Transport Secretary reveals the £250 million cost of keeping the trains running during the coronavirus pandemic
Around £250 million of taxpayers’ cash has so far been spent on keeping ScotRail and Caledonian Sleeper trains running during the coronavirus pandemic, it has been revealed.
A number of measures are to be carried out to improve safety on a major north-east road in the next year.
The contractors behind the AWPR are set to receive an additional £65 million.
A campaign group has called for Transport Scotland to halt a consultation to dual a major north-east route.
Huge sections of “prime agricultural land” in the north-east will be affected by one of Transport Scotland’s proposed A96 dualling routes, said a campaign group.
Aberdeen leaders have prepared an emergency motion in a bid to scrap planned changes to city bus routes.
A government minister has praised the impact the £350 million expansion at Aberdeen Harbour will have on the north-east.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson reaffirmed that a major north-east road will not be dualled along the existing route – despite repeated calls from campaigners.
The Scottish Transport Secretary has donated bikes and helmets to two north-east organisations.
The Transport Secretary will not meet north-east campaigners calling for the Scottish Government to dual the existing A96.
The transport secretary has insisted he “will not be held over a barrel” by Aberdeen bypass contractors.
The Transport Secretary has demanded answers from Aberdeen bypass contractors after yet another deadline was missed.
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has said Aberdeen Roads Limited (ARL), contractors for the project, have been cautioned against “cutting corners” in order to get the route open in time for January.
Pressure is mounting on contractors, with the target date to open the final section of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) of the end of January now just over a week away.
Aberdeen University is to be awarded a share of more than £200,000 to improve cycling on campus.
As yet another deadline is missed to open the final stretch of bypass, Transport Minister Michael Matheson writes he is losing faith in the contractors.