A leading councillor has admitted a permit system may have to be introduced to ease parking problems in an Aberdeen community.
A railway station in a north-east town could require a major car park expansion in the future, according to a new study.
Police in a north-east town have issued 15 tickets during a crackdown on parking.
Workers face being “thumped” by plans to allow councils across Scotland to introduce a tax if they park their car at their place of employment, the Tories have claimed.
Exemptions to a planned workplace parking levy could “quite possibly” be extended beyond the NHS to other parts of the public sector, the Scottish Government has said.
Residents near TECA are concerned their streets will become clogged with cars when the centre opens
The Scottish Government has been urged to exempt teachers from having to pay to park their cars at work.
A mother on the school run has been ticketed by police after parking on the exit to a roundabout.
Councillors have voted to scrap free parking periods at council car parks in Aberdeenshire.
Under the new proposals, drivers would pay a set charge of 50p for the first hour of parking in all towns across the local authority area.
The annual surplus produced from council parking operations has risen by £165 million over the past five years despite cuts in road improvements, according to a new study.
Business communities across the north-east have voiced their concern about plans to scrap free car parking in town centres.
NHS staff in Scotland should be refunded the cost of parking at hospitals, according to the Scottish Conservatives.
An Aberdeen politician has called for progress to be made on parking problems at a north-east railway station.
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An Aberdeen pharmacy has hit out at a car dealership claiming its staff keep using its parking facilities.
The statistics showed RingGo had been used in Aberdeen's car parks more than 170,000 times during the year and almost 59,000 times in the Chapel Street car park alone.
Double yellow lines will be introduced in an Aberdeen community to tackle obstructive parking.
The trial period for the scheme will start from October 1 and a review will be reported back to councillors on March 14.
Drivers could soon park for free after 5pm at four major car parks in Aberdeen city centre, if proposals take a step forward next week.
Drivers will be slapped with instant fines for stopping outside Aberdeen schools as part of proposals for a pilot scheme.
North-east shoppers have expressed disappointment after discovering a three-month improvement project will fail to address a “safety hazard”.
Drivers will be prohibited from parking on sections of a busy Aberdeen road while urgent drainage works are carried out.
Extra staff have been drafted in to help process parking fines after Aberdeen councillors branded a backlog “ridiculous”.
North-east firefighters call for responsible parking after cars block access during training session
A fire crew has urged members of the public to be mindful when parking their cars.
Rogue parkers have been warned they are endangering children’s lives near north-east primary schools.
Councillors have been asked to agree a proposed traffic order to prevent vehicles parking opposite garages and blocking access for residents on an Aberdeen street.
Drivers will be stopped from parking on a busy Aberdeen city centre street during Scottish Water works.
A row has erupted after it was revealed that some parking charges in the north-east could double.
Parents are taking action to stop the lives of children being put at risk by drivers parking illegally at a city school.