Eurostar is urging passengers to avoid travelling until after Wednesday unless their journey is “absolutely necessary”.
Richard Leonard has said proposed free bus travel in Scotland would help the country’s poorest people the most.
Councillors have voted to extend Edinburgh’s tram network at an estimated cost of more than £207 million.
More than half of Scots back cutting the default speed limit in residential streets to 20mph, a new poll has found.
A man has died following a one-vehicle crash near Ayr.
Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has been fined £5 million by the rail regulator over its poor communication with passengers during the chaotic introduction of a new timetable.
The US is issuing an emergency order grounding all Boeing 737 Max 8 and Max 9 aircraft “effective immediately” in the wake of the crash of an Ethiopian Airliner that killed 157 people, President Donald Trump has said.
A cut in the number of traffic police officers has led to a significant drop in people being prosecuted for driving while using a mobile phone, the RAC has told the BBC.
One of Scotland’s leading pro rugby clubs, Edinburgh, has joined forces with their Official Home Stay Partner - leading digital travel platform Booking.com - to offer you the chance to win an exclusive all-expenses paid trip for two to South Africa during the 2019/20 Guinness Pro14!*
A Flybe flight was forced to abort take-off due to the cabin filling with “smoke” while it was accelerating along the runway at Exeter Airport.
Urgent action must be taken to reduce emissions, Scottish Greens co-convener Patrick Harvie told Nicola Sturgeon, adding that the latest transport figures “make for grim reading”.
With stunning natural beauty, a bustling cosmopolitan vibe and some of the world’s largest sporting events on the horizon, we’ve uncovered a whole host of reasons to visit Yokohama, Japan…
Three new routes connecting Scotland and the south east of England have been announced by the airline Loganair.
Train and car use in Scotland has increased but the number of bus journeys has fallen, new transport figures show.
A British man has flown from Prague to the UK on the wrong passport after accidentally taking his friend’s and leaving him stranded in the Czech capital.
Rail passengers were unable to collect pre-paid tickets from machines at stations across the country on Tuesday morning due to a fault.
A number of airlines have expressed interest in taking over flybmi’s City of Derry to Stansted service, the airport’s operator has said.
A British Airways plane has been repainted in retro livery for the airline’s centenary celebrations.
Major changes to the ticketing system for train travel in Britain have been proposed to end the need for split ticketing.
Urgent talks are ongoing to find another airline to continue the Stansted route from City of Derry Airport following the collapse of flybmi.
All flybmi flights to and from Aberdeen have been cancelled after the airline filed for administration.
Hotel tycoon Surinder Arora’s firm has submitted the first part of its rival planning application to expand Heathrow.
Shares in Tui have tumbled after the holiday giant cut its earnings forecast as it nurses a hit from last year’s “extraordinary hot weather” and the weak pound.
Ireland’s Transport Minister has said that rail passengers will not be “turfed out at the border” when travelling between Dublin and Belfast in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Plans have been unveiled to build a new sea wall to protect an iconic coastal railway connecting Devon and Cornwall with the rest of the UK.
A road-rage driver deliberately ran over a man after a minor collision between their cars, police said, as a survey highlighted the scale of physical threats on Britain’s roads.
The big freeze will continue over the weekend, with the Met Office warning of the coldest night of the winter as snow caused further transport disruption.
Two seat cushions have been found which are likely to have come from the plane carrying missing footballer Emiliano Sala, UK investigators have said.
Passenger satisfaction with rail services has fallen to a 10-year low after the industry was plagued by a series of issues.
Tens of thousands of people would avoid life-threatening conditions if the increase in cycling in London was matched by other major cities, according to new research.