People are being urged to embrace “greener” ways of travelling as lockdown eases and roads become busier.
Roads and car parking take up more than a third of space in two of Scotland’s biggest cities, analysis by the Scottish Parliament has found.
A service offering free bike safety checks and basic repairs for key workers is coming to a north-east town.
Urgent reform of rail fares is needed in response to changing travel patterns caused by the coronavirus pandemic, a watchdog has claimed.
An Aberdeen road was blocked this afternoon following a two-vehicle crash.
A bid for listed status is being launched for the Kingston Bridge as the structure reaches its 50th birthday.
A north-east bus operator will be doubling their number of services from next week.
A car scrappage scheme would “make the biggest difference” in helping the motor industry recover from the coronavirus pandemic, Ford’s UK boss has claimed.
The UK motor industry has called for a dedicated restart package, amid warnings the coronavirus crisis has put one in six jobs at risk.
ScotRail will provide face masks for free at more than a dozen stations on Monday as coverings become mandatory on public transport.
The proportion of pupils travelling to school by car reached its highest level in Scotland in 2019, according to new research.
There is “clear early demand” for a return to flying, according to the boss of London City Airport.
Ryanair has branded Government guidelines urging airline passengers to check in all their luggage as “rubbish”.
An Aberdeen bus operator is bringing in a fogging machine to help keep customers safe while travelling.
A surge in electric vehicle charging device installations means they now outnumber petrol stations by more than two to one.
Airline passengers are being “strongly encouraged” not to take any hand luggage on flights as part of measures to slow the spread of Covid-19.
Scotland’s Transport Secretary has suggested some people may have flouted guidance to stay within five miles of their homes as figures show car journeys are up 35% compared to the week before lockdown eased.
Passengers could be given free face coverings in order to encourage their use on Scottish trains, MSPs have been told.
A woman has lost her High Court challenge over proposals to create tunnels near Euston station as part of the controversial HS2 rail scheme.
A High Court judge is set to rule on a legal challenge over proposals to create a series of tunnels into Euston station as part of the controversial new HS2 scheme.
A car left a north-east road and became stuck on a verge this morning.
London’s buses are set to resume front door boarding following the introduction of new safety measures aimed at minimising the coronavirus risk to drivers, Transport for London (TfL) has said.
It had long been a dream of many town planners and environmental campaigners, but turning the aspiration into a reality was far from a straightforward process in the UK that existed before the pandemic.
Public transport capacity will be drastically reduced and people should wear face coverings when travelling as lockdown is eased, Scotland’s Transport Secretary has said.
North-east commuters have been urged to cover their face while travelling by train.
I read your article in Wednesday’s EE about prospects for the A96 dualling project with great interest (“Concern raised by action group”, May 20, P7).
Scotland must avoid scenes of overcrowding on public transport as the lockdown eases, Scottish Labour has said.
Young drivers are seeking solitude in their cars during the coronavirus lockdown, a new survey suggests.
The Government is pumping £283 million into roads, railways, buses and trams to improve public safety and protect services, the Transport Secretary has announced.
The impact of coronavirus on Scotland’s rural economy, agriculture and fishing industry is to be investigated by MSPs.