Demand for new cars fell by 27.4% last month, new figures show.
Bus and rail firm Go-Ahead Group has upped its full-year outlook after a better performance in its London and international bus division offset falling demand amid the second lockdown.
The competition watchdog has launched an inquiry into electric vehicle-charging to ensure drivers are “treated fairly now and in the future”.
Labour has urged the Government to suspend peak rail fares and provide mass coronavirus testing for transport workers to avoid travel “chaos” and ensure families are “kept safe” during the festive period.
Peak ticket restrictions will be suspended on Avanti West Coast trains over the festive period, slashing the price of many journeys.
Electric car owners will have to pay to charge their cars at council-owned sites from next year.
A cyclist has been taken to hospital following a crash with a car near a north-east bridge.
The AA has finally received a formal offer for the business from suitors after 48 hours of last-minute discussions.
Planned transport spending could prevent Scotland from meeting the target of achieving net-zero emissions by 2045, environmental campaigners have warned.
A takeover of the AA breakdown group was on shaky ground as the company asked for a further extension in the hopes of securing a formal offer from suitors.
Breakdown group the AA has confirmed it has received an offer for the business of £218 million, meaning it will leave the stock market after a disastrous six years as a listed business.
An organisation representing electric vehicle drivers has welcomed reports that the ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars will be accelerated to 2030.
A “radical rethink” of public spending on transport projects is needed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a Holyrood committee.
An Aberdeen city centre street was closed off this afternoon after concerns were raised for a person.
Access to a car has become more important to the majority of drivers (57%) due to the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new survey.
Accelerating the ban on selling new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars to 2030 would create new jobs and boost the economy, according to research commissioned by Greenpeace.
Boris Johnson has quietly dropped plans for a £20 billion bridge between Scotland and Northern Ireland and has instead ordered officials to explore the possibility of a tunnel.
Caledonian Sleeper services from Aberdeen have been cancelled until December 6, the rail operator has announced.
A 10mph convoy will be in place on the A96 Inverness to Aberdeen road near Elgin next week.
Plans for movement of HGVs across borders after a no-deal Brexit are “bonkers” and “a shambles”, according to a director of the Road Haulage Association (RHA).
A second supermarket giant is cutting fuel prices following a reduction in wholesale costs.
Sadiq Khan claims he succeeded in “killing off the very worst Government proposals” as Transport for London (TfL) secured a £1.8 billion bailout.
An abnormal load which took up both carriages of a busy north-east road has now arrived at its destination.
The Government has been accused of “systematically drawing political fire” at those who speak out against it.
Up to £12.6 billion of taxpayers’ cash is expected to be spent on propping up public transport during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to Grant Shapps.
The Welsh Government has decided to nationalise its railways following a significant drop in passenger numbers because of coronavirus.
People do not want to see new roads in their local areas, instead favouring less traffic, cheaper public transport – and the potholes fixed, a survey suggests.
Long-distance train operator CrossCountry has been awarded a new contract to continue running services for three more years.
Trains returned to a north-east town for the first time in more than 50 years this morning.
Extra funding of up to £52.6 million will be provided for bus operators from the Scottish Government to cover lost income until January.