TRAFFIC could be banned from streets surrounding 11 Edinburgh primary schools in a move to improve pupil safety.
The number of people killed and injured on Scotland's roads dropped 10 per cent last year to the lowest level since records began.
Motorists are being "fleeced" by Government taxation, with drivers paying £42 billion a year to the Treasury.
LEGISLATION to increase the speed limit for lorries to 50mph on the A9 has been signed off a week before it comes into force.
FERRY services were cancelled and hundreds of households left without power as the tailend of Hurricane Gonzalo battered Scotland.
A higher speed limit for HGVs on the main route into the Highlands will come into force when new speed cameras are switched on next week.
MOTORISTS are facing a major crackdown by police, who will target bad drivers as they focus on roadside re-education.
THE public inquiry into the £776 million Edinburgh Trams project may take up to two years to deliver its findings, it has emerged.
TWO of Scotland's largest airports have been sold to a foreign consortium in a £1 billion deal.
ONE of Scotland's busiest motorways is to be partially closed at night to allow for resurfacing work.
THE number of motorists illegally driving through a controversial city centre bus gate has fallen by almost 77 per cent since its introduction.
ONE of Scotland's busiest motorways is to be partially closed at night to allow resurfacing work to take place.
Motorists are to see a further fall in the cost of filling up after three of the UK's major supermarkets stepped up their forecourt price war.
FirstGroup is set to run the Great Western rail franchise in England until at least March 2019 after an extension was signalled by the Government today.
Work is under way to install almost 30 miles of rail on the new Borders line, according to project chiefs.
MINISTERS have come under fire over their decision to award the £6 billion ScotRail franchise to Abellio, part of the Netherlands' state-run rail service.