Part of the A90 is to undergo resurfacing work next week, with lane closures, contraflow and a convoy system planned for the week-long works.
A controversial Brexit motorway measure which led to traffic chaos at the Port of Dover is no longer in place, Kent Police said.
Police have been checking all vehicles and passengers at the Port of Dover, leading to miles-long queues and traffic chaos.
A major route in East Lothian has been partially closed after a root vegetable spillage.
The UK Government has announced the latest changes to its quarantine exemption list of countries.
A Government task force has been launched to reopen a west London bridge closed to motor traffic for nearly one-and-a-half years due to structural problems.
Car parking spaces could be painted green to promote the uptake of electric vehicles (EVs), Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced.
In the 1950s and 60s, the train sheds at Ferryhill in Aberdeen were alive with the sight and sounds of magnificent engines, billowing steam and smoke, full of the noise of these superb machines and the skilled men who worked on them.
More than 70 airport businesses based at Heathrow have brought a group action against the UK tax authorities in a bid to secure business rates reductions and are expected to discuss a settlement next week.
The Aberdeenshire railway line where three people were killed will not open to rail passengers again until October, Transport Secretary Michael Matheson has said.
Tension at the school car park could be set to increase as more parents choose to drive their children to school instead of putting them on public transport, a new survey has discovered.
The Prime Minister said people were returning in “huge numbers to the office” – but Downing Street said it could not yet provide information to back up the claim.
A new shuttle train service between Aberdeen and Stonehaven has been introduced today.
Pressure is building on ministers to back down on plans to use a messaging blitz next week to encourage employees back to work.
A senior minister has said there is a “limit” to working from home as the Government looks to encourage staff back into offices after another commuter-focused business announced job cuts.
Grant Shapps has said there is a “limit” to working from home as the Government looks to encourage staff back into offices after another commuter-focused business announced job cuts.
The UK’s first fully-decorated Pride train will be “running again very soon” after a minor maintenance issue during its inaugural journey on Tuesday morning.
An e-scooter featuring British-made swappable batteries has been launched as plans to trial the technology get under way.
The UK’s first fully decorated Pride train will be making its inaugural journey on Tuesday, staffed by an LGBT+ crew.
The Department for Transport is launching an “Acceleration Unit” to speed up the delivery of transport projects across the UK, it has been confirmed.
A man was knocked out amid an argument over face masks at a London railway station.
The driver of a car that was on a railway line is believed to have survived after the vehicle was hit by a train near Glasgow, police have said.
The Government has been urged to back a 30-year investment plan for infrastructure projects in the north of England.
The idea of a camper van conjures up a rather romantic image. The open road, clean, fresh air and the ability to take charge of your own direction rather than being set to one location are all thoughts that come with the image of a camper. For the most part, they’re true, and with staycations becoming the go-to way of holidaying amid the coronavirus pandemic, we can only see them becoming even more popular.
HS2 Ltd has unveiled its first two tunnelling machines, which have been built at a factory in Germany.
The Scottish Government has provided £63 million to support bus travel as timetables resume across the country following lockdown.
Weekend car use has returned to pre-pandemic levels but demand for public transport remains low, new figures show.
Average petrol and diesel prices both rose by 3p per litre in July, new figures show.
Boris Johnson’s ambitious plan to get Britons cycling has got off to a rocky start, with the website offering bicycle repair vouchers crashing at launch.
We've been tracking the daily coronavirus numbers since the beginning of the pandemic. As society begins to open back up, we have put together a new collection of charts to help readers track Scotland's recovery.