Face masks will be required for passengers and staff on Scotland's buses, trains and some ferries as the coronavirus lockdown is eased.
A north-east action group which hopes to change Transport Scotland's mind on the dualling of the A96 has raised further concerns on the project, a year after the last drop-in sessions were held.
The preferred option for routes to dual the A96 will now be released later this year.
The north-east's newest train station was on track to open this week before the site was wound down.
Those with health conditions will be put at risk as a result of plans for a low emission zone in Aberdeen being abandoned, campaigners have warned.
The Scottish Government has pledged to pay bus companies the amount of funding projected in this year’s budget regardless of the number of passengers who use services.
A number of measures are to be carried out to improve safety on a major north-east road in the next year.
Work to install new traffic lights at a notorious Aberdeen bypass junction is set to begin next month.
The contractors behind the AWPR are set to receive an additional £65 million.
Putting average speed cameras on a major north-east route has failed to reduce the number of recorded serious crashes, it has been claimed.
A north-east MSP has called on the Scottish Government to publish full statistics on traffic flow in Aberdeen.
A plea has been made to protect Aberdeen International Airport after the launch of a new route was postponed.
Transport Scotland is being urged to approve work to make a north-east station more accessible.
A section of the A90 southbound carriageway at Finavon in the north-east is to benefit from £120,000 of drainage improvements.
A councillor has backed the installation of new traffic lights at a notorious Aberdeen bypass junction.
New traffic lights are set to be installed at an Aberdeen bypass junction.
The number of passengers using trains in the north-east has dropped by more than two million in the past five years, according to a new report.
Changes are planned to tackle safety fears at a notorious Aberdeen bypass junction.
A project to improve safety at a notorious junction has “reached a major milestone” with news that plans will be shown to the public early next year.
A legal agreement has been struck between Transport Scotland and the builders of the city's bypass following a dispute over spiralling costs.
450 signs will be made and installed by a local firm with the scheme funded by Aberdeen City Council and Transport Scotland.
A petition has been launched calling for the council to oppose the dualling of a major north-east route.
Lane closures will be in place on two of Aberdeen's busiest roads as work progress at the Haudagain roundabout.
A north-east MSP has hit out at the Scottish Government after new figures revealed a rise in the number of fatal crashes.
Kingswells, Sheddocksley and Summerhill councillor Steve Delaney has raised concerns over the number of incidents and near misses at the Kingswells South roundabout, where the A944 meets the AWPR.
A campaign group has called for Transport Scotland to halt a consultation to dual a major north-east route.
Campaigners have called for an urgent transport strategy review to be carried out over plans to dual a major road.
Residents living close to a proposed A96 dualling route have spoken of their concerns – a year on from consultations about the scheme.
A preferred route to dual a major north-east road might not be revealed until next year.
The Scottish Government has pledged to investigate safety at one of the new Aberdeen bypass junctions.