Children in the poorest areas of Scotland are about three times more likely to be injured in a road accident than those in the richest parts, according to research by a charity.
Almost 1,300 residents took part in a consultation to revamp two areas of Aberdeen.
Conceptional plans for an Aberdeen street design project have been showcased to the public.
Nearly two-thirds of teachers would support making roads around schools totally car-free at school pick-up and drop-off times in order to reduce the levels of air pollution.
A project which aims to empower children, parents and teachers to walk and cycle to school is looking for new volunteers.
Designs have been revealed for a new cycling link in a busy industrial area.
A new project which will see improvements made to an Aberdeen community is to launch this month.
North-east local authorities have been awarded more than £390,000 in funding to improve travel links.
A new path has opened next to a multi-million pound bridge.
A senior councillor tried to lift the lid on a wall controversy weeks before the council claims bosses first knew of it, according to a new claim.
The SNP has claimed an investigation into public money spent on a wall belonging to the family of a former councillor raise “more questions than answers”.
A grant of almost half-a-million pounds is expected to be awarded to improve cycle and pedestrian routes in a North-east community.
A historic wall which sparked a political row in Aberdeen has now been demolished by workmen.
An Aberdeen council chief came under fire today after it was revealed £200,000 of public funds are being spent on repairing a wall on his land.
Plans to revitalise a major street in Aberdeen have received a £1 million boost.
An investment of £1.3 million in cycling and walking projects has been welcomed.