Caledonian Sleeper has trialled its new carriages running from Scotland to London Euston ahead of the rollout of the new fleet in May.
There is no timescale for when Prestwick Airport will pay back the money it has been loaned by the Scottish Government, the Transport Secretary has said.
Ticket prices on some ferry services could be increased to help mitigate high demand at peak times, the Transport Secretary has said.
Bus companies are being given almost £500,000 to upgrade ticket machines to accept contactless payments.
The busiest year for a Scottish airport has been recorded in the capital.
ScotRail’s train and station facilities improved in the final weeks of 2018 when compared to the same period of the previous year, according to new figures.
Contracts worth a total of almost £60 million have been awarded on two road infrastructure projects by Transport Scotland.
Railway food supplies workers in Edinburgh are to stage further strike action amid allegations of bullying by management.
The performance of ScotRail must significantly improve in order to meet its agreed targets, according to a new report.
The number of drivers switching to electric and low emission cars is insufficient for the Scottish Government to meet its target of ending the sale of petrol and diesel vehicles by 2032.
Strong winds have been causing power cuts and disruption for travellers in parts of Scotland.
A flight bound for Aberdeen had to be diverted today after two aborted landings due to high winds.
The Transport Secretary has conceded the recent rise in rail fares, brought in while ScotRail struggles with performance targets, is “unwelcome” for travellers.
Train fares in Britain have gone up by an average of 3.1%.
Britain’s rail fares increased by an average of 3.1% on Wednesday.
The introduction of a 2.8% increase in average train fares in Scotland has been criticised amid falling performance levels.
More than 12 police officers a week are being attacked monitoring Britain’s transport networks, figures show.
Minicabs should be used to provide public transport in rural communities that have lost bus services, it has been claimed.
Ministers have announced over £1 million in funding for green buses in Glasgow as Scotland’s first ever Low Emission Zone (LEZ) comes into force in the city.
Satisfaction with flying has fallen over the past two years amid frustration over how airlines handle complaints, new research suggests.
Some of the sightings of drones which kept Gatwick Airport on shutdown may have involved the police’s own craft, a senior officer has admitted.
Rail workers are said to be solidly supporting another strike in the long running guards dispute, causing disruption to services.
The Chief Constable of Sussex Police has said he feels “really sorry” for a couple who felt “violated” after being held for 36 hours before being cleared of involvement of the disruption of Gatwick Airport by drones.
The Queensferry Crossing has improved reliability, transport bosses said as figures revealed it has remained open on 20 occasions when the Forth Road Bridge would have been forced to close.
More than half a million potholes were reported by members of the public to local authorities for repair last year, according to new research.
Visibility could be cut to 50 metres, with much of England expected to be bathed in fog on Christmas morning.
Trains in the north-east have been hit by crew shortages today.
Rail workers at two companies are staging fresh strikes in the long running dispute over guards on trains, causing travel misery for last-minute Christmas shoppers.
More than 10 ScotRail trains were taken out of service permanently amid delays and cancellations on the network in recent weeks.
Hundreds of drivers with 12 points or more on their licence are still behind the wheel on Scotland’s roads, new figures have indicated.