Limiting the number of passengers novice drivers can carry is the most popular measure among the public for improving young motorists' safety, according to a survey.
LIMITING the number of passengers novice drivers can carry is the most popular measure among the public for improving young motorists' safety, according to a survey.
More than 90 years of motoring history will come to an end tomorrow with the abolition of the paper car tax disc.
THE only train that runs directly from Inverness to London Kings Cross was delayed for two hours due to "dampness" on the line.
A DREAMLINER jet carrying 284 passengers was forced to make an emergency landing at Glasgow Airport after a computer glitch left the crew fearing there was a fire on board.
PASSENGER numbers at Scotland's smallest airports have reached an all-time high of nearly 1.4 million.
FEWER than two in five drivers think it is safe for families to walk and cycle in most or all of their local area, according to a survey.
MOTORISTS using Scotland's longest trunk road are facing disruption until early January as dualling work progresses on a section of the A9 between Birnam and the Tay Crossing, Perth and Kinross.
PASSENGERS at Scotland's two busiest airports have faced increased delays this year, as the latest national statistics show punctuality falling across the UK.
The number of UK passengers taking ferry trips is growing, with the increase more marked on those ferries plying Scottish waters.
A £370,000 contract to carry out ground investigation work as part of the A82 upgrade has been awarded to Environmental Scientifics Group.
COUNCIL chiefs have revealed the final sign-off cost of the Edinburgh tram project will be almost £1 billion.
A COACH operator who carried out work for schools and a Falkirk Council has seen the number of vehicles he can operate halved, after it was found that drivers had been encouraged to avoid recording the number of hours they had worked.
MEMBERS of the Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers [RMT] union who clean trains on the East Coast railway line between London and Scotland are on a 24-hour strike on Monday.
THE move to end the need to display a car tax disc, which comes into force on October 1, could lead to tax evasion costing the economy £167 million a year, the RAC has said.
MOTORISTS are being warned about the potential risks associated with using the new Apple Watch and other smartwatches while driving.