Plans for remote control towers at airports will have a “very significant negative impact” on some island communities, according to a new report.
Mischievous badgers have caused Aberdeenshire Council to close one of their roads for "some time."
The final anti-HS2 activist in a network of tunnels in London’s Euston Square Gardens has been removed.
The Scottish Government has revealed plans to eliminate road deaths in the country by 2050.
A north-east council has launched a consultation into a potential new enhanced bus service.
Concerns have been raised about irresponsible e-scooter riding just a week after a pilot scheme was launched during lockdown.
An early morning flight from Aberdeen International airport to Shetland had to turn back after declaring an emergency.
A rail bridge on the Stonehaven to Montrose line is set to reopen after major damage was repaired.
Scotland's new travel laws were introduced on Monday, meaning that anyone entering the country is expected to undertake a 10-day quarantine period in 'managed isolation'.
Professor Jillian Evans of NHS Grampian has said staff in the healthcare sector are struggling with the workload resulting from new variants of Covid-19.
Snow ploughs will return to the railway line between Keith and Inverurie today after trains were stopped in their tracks by 6ft-high drifts.
Several north-east roads remain shut today following a weekend of chaotic weather conditions.
Snow ploughs, chainsaws, a helicopter and everything in between that’s needed to thaw Scotland’s railways
It's been a tough old week when it comes to getting from A to B in Scotland.
An interim report into the Stonehaven rail crash has been received by the procurator fiscal, six months on from the tragedy.
United Airlines has said it will buy up to 200 small electric air taxis to help customers in urban areas get to the airport.
Uber is to start collecting and delivering parcels for people using its existing network of drivers.
A tram-like network could be introduced in the north-east after it was revealed the move is being considered by transport bosses.
International travellers arriving in Scotland will be forced to pay up to £1,750 a head to quarantine inside a hotel room for 10 days as part of tough new measures that go even further than those introduced by UK ministers.
Germany and the Netherlands have seen transport disrupted as heavy snowfall and icy temperatures gripped parts of central and northern Europe.
Amber weather warning: Council asks farmers for help as heavy snow expected to hit the north and north-east
Heavy snow has been forecast to hit parts of the north and north-east this afternoon.
Demand for new cars fell by 39.5% last month compared with January 2020, new figures show.
Heavy snow and poor road conditions has caused a number of bus and train services in the north and north-east to be disrupted this morning.
A “forensic focus” is required to complete Crossrail within its revised budget and timescale, an inquiry has found.
A metro system in Glasgow and a mass transit system in Edinburgh form part of the Scottish Government’s vision for the future of transport.
Planned low emission zone in Aberdeen could ‘negatively impact’ lives of poorer families, report warns
The low emission zone planned for Aberdeen could "negatively impact" the lives of poorer families, carers, and charity workers according to a new report.
Labour has urged ministers to hold a virtual meeting with transport operators and unions before coronavirus lockdown restrictions are eased.
Flexible rail tickets have yet to be introduced to avoid encouraging passengers to travel when lockdown restrictions are in place, a transport minister has suggested.
The closure of the rail line between Stonehaven and Montrose after it collapsed has been extended.
Police have been called to the Aberdeen bypass due to a one-vehicle crash.
Many more people across north and north-east Scotland are traveling to work than during the first lockdown and experts have warned not enough is being done to support workers to stay at home.