Artificial intelligence and camera software is being trialled to build a more detailed map of the UK’s road network.
North-east residents are being urged to take part in a nationwide roads survey.
Councillors have rubber-stamped a £10.6 million plan to repair roads across Aberdeen.
Daily surveys will be carried out at a junction on the new Aberdeen bypass where drivers have faced delays.
A councillor has called for more investment over concerns about damaged road surfaces in Aberdeen.
Aberdeen council bosses have named the roads they want to see repaired across the city as part of a £10.6 million programme this financial year.
A £31.5 million bypass project on the A77 could employ up to 165 people, the Government has said.
Drivers are being warned they could face severe queues next week with more than 25 million leisure car journeys expected on UK roads.
Resurfacing works worth £125,000 are to be carried out on part of a busy north-east route.
Traffic jams have been made worse on dozens of major roads by a project designed to tackle bottlenecks, a Government-owned company has admitted.
There are thousands of potholes across the more than 500 miles of roads Aberdeen City Council are responsible.
The Scottish Government has been urged to lower the speed limit in residential areas to 20mph to save lives.
A number of city centre roads will close tomorrow to make way for Aberdeen's Torcher Parade.
Proposals to make two Aberdeen roads one-way in a bid to reduce damage to parked cars have been narrowly rejected by councillors.
Around 40km of road will pass into the council’s hands from April 1, including Anderson Drive, Stonehaven Road, the Parkway, Auchmill Road and Inverurie Road.
Policing 20mph zones will not be a priority for Police Scotland if Holyrood passes new legislation to curb the speed limit in built-up areas, a senior officer has told MSPs.
Police cameras used to detect speeding drivers will continue to be set at 30mph even if Holyrood passes legislation to cut the limit in built-up areas to a default 20mph, MSPs have been told.
A new factory dedicated to turning plastic waste into material for roads and car parks has opened, as part of efforts to tackle ocean pollution.
A BRIDGE shut suddenly due to safety concerns will be closed for 18 months.
A cut in the number of traffic police officers has led to a significant drop in people being prosecuted for driving while using a mobile phone, the RAC has told the BBC.
Motorists suffered a 3.9% increase in delays on England’s motorways and major A roads last year, the Department for Transport (DfT) said.
Every week our archive team pick a selection of their favourite images taken by our photographers over the past few decades – today we feature pictures of how Great Northern Road used to look.
A traffic light fault is causing issues for motorists in an Aberdeen community. The lights at the junction of Victoria Street and Farburn Terrace in Dyce are out of action. An Aberdeen City Council spokeswoman has confirmed engineers are on their way.
There's been a number of crashes and incidents across the north-east as commuters take to the icy roads.
Gritters have been out and about across the north-east this morning as snow and ice combined to cause treacherous driving conditions.
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.
With a weather warning for snow and ice in place, gritters across the North-east have been out in force - here's how you can check which roads have been covered and when.
The work of a young campaigner has been heralded, as the local council looks to resurface part of his Aberdeen street.
Officers are warning drivers to take extra care on the roads in the north-east due to icy conditions.
Roads bosses have said they need further evidence before recycled plastic pellets are used to repair Aberdeen's roads.