Planned transport spending could prevent Scotland from meeting the target of achieving net-zero emissions by 2045, environmental campaigners have warned.
Harbour chiefs in Aberdeen have confirmed the city's new expanded harbour is set to begin opening by the end of next year.
One of Europe’s busiest road bridges has been category C listed by Historic Environment Scotland (HES).
Workers on Caledonian MacBrayne (CalMac) ferry services could go on strike after recent pay talks collapsed, a union has warned.
A record number of gritters will patrol Scotland’s roads to help keep traffic moving this winter.
The number of people killed on Scotland’s roads increased last year although there were fewer casualties overall, figures show.
Aberdeen council leaders have clashed with national transport chiefs over the amount of cash the city should receive to pay for the detrunking of two major roads.
Ministers have been urged to do all they can to avoid a public inquiry into planned works at a north-east junction.
A north-east MSP has encouraged the Scottish Government to "think again" about its options for dualling the A96.
An Aberdeenshire railway station has reopened after being closed for 56 years.
The boss of the partnership which operates the Glasgow Subway has said he is disappointed with a new £4 million funding package and warned of cuts.
A £4 million funding boost for Edinburgh Trams and the Glasgow Subway has been announced by Transport Scotland.
Rail services will return to an Aberdeenshire town for the first time in almost 60 years next week.
Boris Johnson's plan to upgrade the nation's transport infrastructure has hit a roadblock in Scotland, it has been claimed.
Part of a north-east road will undergo a major upgrade later this month.
Options for a new route to replace a landslip-prone section of the A83 include building up to three bridges or tunnels.
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.
Just under 600 buses will have low emissions exhausts retrofitted in an effort to reduce harmful emissions and air pollution, after a government cash boost.
A north-east councillor has welcomed traffic restrictions which will be put in place at a busy Aberdeen roundabout next week.
Traffic restrictions will be put in place at a busy Aberdeen roundabout next week.
A councillor who repeatedly called for safety measures at a major north-east junction has welcomed the installation of traffic lights.
Work to install traffic lights to make a major Aberdeen road junction safer has been completed.
The north-east's newest train station is planned to open in October.
The north-east has been named the second worst region for road deaths in Scotland
A major road improvement project could be delayed for years by a public inquiry - despite just four objections being lodged against it.
First Aberdeen is preparing to increase its bus services from Monday.
ScotRail is to move full steam ahead for a multi-million-pound revamp of Aberdeen train station.
Transport secretary reaffirms pledge to dual A9 and A96 but does not rule out delays due to lockdown
Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has reiterated the Scottish Government's commitment to dualling the A9 and A96 - but he has admitted the timetable for the work could be hit by further delays.
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.