A busy Aberdeen street was closed this afternoon due to a concern for a person.
Additional resources are being put in place to ensure contact tracers can reach the target of carrying out checks on 20% of Scots required to quarantine after overseas travel.
Coronavirus contact tracers have contacted fewer than one in 20 Scots who are required to quarantine after travelling abroad.
An Aberdeen road will be shut next week for water improvement works.
Restrictions on UK-US travel will cost the UK economy at least £11 billion this year, according to a report commissioned by leading aviation industry firms.
Business leaders in the hard-hit retail, leisure and tourism industries say the Government’s decision to scrap tax-free shopping for all tourists visiting the UK after Brexit could cost up to 70,000 jobs and write off £5.6 billion from the economy.
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 busy Aberdeen back road will close on Monday for 13 weeks as part of the ongoing development of 3,000 homes.
A busy north-east road has been shut just outside Aberdeen while emergency services deal with a car fire.
A public information campaign aimed at helping UK travellers prepare for the end of the Brexit transition period launches on Friday.
P&O Cruises has extended the suspension of sailings until early next year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
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.
A review of airport slot allocation will form part of a five-year recovery plan for the aviation industry, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced.
Dominic Raab has played down the benefits of Covid-19 testing at airports, amid Labour calls for industry-damaging quarantines to be reviewed.
Industry-damaging quarantines should be reviewed and more extensive testing rolled out at airports to reduce travellers’ self-isolation periods, Labour has said.
Portugal and Greece have retained their places on the Government’s quarantine exemption list despite pressure to remove 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.
Portugal is increasingly likely to be removed from the Government’s quarantine exemption list after its coronavirus case rate worsened.
The speed limit on roads in the north-east could be lowered to 20mph as part of a major rethink of road policy.
Holidaymakers are scrambling to return from Portugal amid growing speculation the UK Government could reimpose quarantine measures for arrivals from the country.
New contact tracers are being recruited as part of efforts to ensure Scots returning from coronavirus hot spots overseas are complying with quarantine regulations.
Plenty of people are in a position where they need to spend a lot of time behind the wheel. But long motorway jaunts require a special type of car with a special set of requirements.
A Briton getting married in Prague on Saturday has said almost 30 of his friends and family have had to leave before the wedding due to new travel restrictions.
Travel restrictions imposed on people returning from Switzerland could prevent terminally ill patients from having an assisted death, campaigners have said.
Scots returning home from the Czech Republic and Jamaica will be required to quarantine when new rules come into force early on Saturday, the Justice Secretary announced.
The Dutch Government has issued a code orange warning for Aberdeen, advising people in the Netherlands against all travel to the city.
More than 90,000 jobs have been lost or placed at risk across the wider travel sector since the coronavirus crisis started, the association of travel agents and tour operators has said.