As well significant changes to key roads, including the A90 at Toll of Birness, the route between Peterhead and Fraserburgh, one councillor has called for a new rail line to reconnect Aberdeen, Ellon and Peterhead.
A landslip in Argyll has closed a section of railway line.
The operation to remove all four of the carriages and two power cars is expected to take several days, depending on weather conditions.
An interim report into the Stonehaven train tragedy has been published today by Network Rail.
Work to reopen the railway at Stonehaven is to begin this week after a fatal train derailment on the line.
Work to reopen the railway line at Stonehaven will begin this week.
The Aberdeenshire railway line where three people were killed will not open to rail passengers again until October, Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has said.
Last month the UK's Transport Secretary Grant Shapps ordered Network Rail to carry out an immediate “resilience review” into areas affected by storms following the fatal train derailment near Stonehaven.
Work is under way to build a temporary road across the Aberdeenshire farmland to allow recovery of the train involved in this month's fatal derailment.
Nearly two out of five drivers are planning a getaway by car this bank holiday weekend, according to a new survey.
Network Rail has launched two independent task forces to help it improve its response to severe weather and its management of cuttings and embankments, following the Stonehaven crash.
The head of a transport trade union has written to the Rail Accident and Investigation Branch (RAIB) to “raise concerns” relating to the fatal train derailment near Stonehaven.
Dancing On Ice champion Joe Swash has partnered with Network Rail and Thomas And Friends for a campaign to teach children about rail safety.
Six utility companies including BT and Virgin Media have been fined a total of £94,000 after failing to comply with roadwork legislation in Scotland.
All six patients have now been discharged from hospital following last week's fatal train derailment.
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.
A probe into the train accident is continuing at the scene with staff from the Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) examining debris.
Stonehaven train crash: One person remains in hospital as plans to remove carriages from tracks discussed
One person remains in hospital after the devastating Stonehaven train crash last Wednesday that killed three people.
One person remains in hospital following last week's fatal rail crash in the north-east.
The north-east community has stood in silence to remember the three men who died in the Stonehaven rail crash.
Railway stations across Scotland will fall silent on Wednesday to remember the victim's of last week's fatal derailment.
The train involved in Wednesday's Stonehaven rail tragedy struck a landslip and derailed, rail investigators revealed today.
A 2016 report involving Network Rail warned that adverse weather had the potential to cause “infrastructure damage, serious injury and even loss of life” and called for greater efforts to identify sections of track at higher risk of landslips.
A rail expert has revealed that the structure of the earth will form part of the investigations.
The worker dialled 999 when she reached the signal box with her calls answered by Constable Liam Mercer and a colleague, who ran towards the carriages which were on fire and started evacuating people.
New images and video reveal the extent of destruction at yesterday's train crash near Stonehaven.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said he has ordered Network Rail to carry out an immediate “resilience review” into areas affected by storms following the fatal train derailment near Stonehaven.
Community leaders, politicians and union chiefs have spoken of their shock and heartbreak after Scotland's worst rail disaster in nearly 30 years claimed three lives.
Physical distancing on board trains and at stations will be reduced to one metre from Monday.
Physical distancing on trains and at rail stations across Scotland will be reduced to a one-metre minimum from Monday.