Controversial legislation to merge the British Transport Police and Police Scotland might never be enacted, the Justice Secretary has said.
Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf is facing questions from MSPs after controversial plans to merge transport police with Police Scotland were called to a halt.
Rail services on two operators were disrupted on Saturday because of a fresh strike in the long-running dispute over guards on trains.
A man and a woman died and four people were injured in a seven-vehicle collision on the M5 in Somerset.
Two people have died and four others have been taken to hospital following a collision between a lorry and several cars on the M5.
Gett, an app for booking black cabs, is now offering carbon-neutral rides as part of its effort to help reduce emissions.
The Government will face the most widespread industrial action in the rail industry for a generation if it presses ahead with plans to cut workers’ pay, a union leader has warned.
Fuel prices have risen for a 10th successive week.
Rail passengers have struggled for too long with a confusing ticketing system and poor service, consumer campaign group Which? says.
Moves to cut pay rises for railway workers could spark national strikes in the industry, a union leader has warned.
Rail workers at two companies are said to be solidly supporting a fresh strike in the long-running dispute over guards on trains.
Transport bosses are looking at ways to develop the potential of the Borders Railway as the line marks three years since it opened to passengers.
Ryanair has accused the UK’s air traffic control (ATC) provider Nats of discriminating against it and other London Stansted airlines.
Jeremy Corbyn has made his way across the country by train, as he pledged to improve services for northern commuters.
Scottish Labour will renew calls for the railways to be taken back into public hands with a day of action.
Legislation needed to extend HS2 to Manchester and Leeds will be delayed by 12 months, it has been reported.
An 87-year-old driver failed an eye test after narrowly missing a police car when he turned the wrong way onto a main road.
Motoring groups have welcomed a planned new service providing real-time roadworks information to help drivers avoid jams.
The Queensferry Crossing has improved the reliability of journeys across the Firth of Forth in the year since it opened, according to new analysis.
More than half of motorists want a ban on diesel cars to be introduced amid concern over emissions, a new survey suggests.
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Ferries being built on the Clyde have been hit by further delays, the Transport Minister has confirmed.
The Transport Secretary has sparked anger after telling rail unions he wants to move the industry away from basing increases on RPI inflation, including pay rises.
Rail fares are increasing twice as fast as wages, according to a new study ahead of passengers being hit by an expected 3.5% hike in the cost of travelling by train.
Campaigners, trade unions and politicians have criticised the anticipated 3.5% rise in commuters’ train fares next year.
Rail commuters are being warned to expect a 3.5% fare increase next year.
The majority of the public support the devolution of Network Rail in Scotland, according to new research.
The Great Central Railway heritage line in Loughborough is marking the 50th anniversary of British Rail’s last mainline, steam-hauled passenger service with an End of Steam gala.
Nearly seven in 10 motorists would be ashamed to give a lift to a first date because of their messy cars, a study has found.
The first fully electric service on the Edinburgh to Glasgow railway line is in operation.