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.
A HIGHLAND haulage company has been banned for five years over a string of "serious failures" including operating one vehicle 20 times without a valid tax disc.
SUPPORT for an expansion in airport capacity is increasing, according to a survey by travel organisation Abta.
PASSENGERS paid nearly £50,000 in foreign and counterfeit coins to travel on Edinburgh's buses last year.
NEARLY 3,500 cases of motorists lying on their applications for insurance or deliberately leaving out relevant information are being uncovered by insurers each week, new figures reveal.
AIRLINE passengers heading from Scotland to the Middle East and Australia are benefitting from a price war between major airlines.
A BUS company has become the first regional operator in Scotland to comply with accessibility standards for blind and partially-sighted customers.
THE number of licensed vehicles on the roads has passed the 35 million mark for the first time.
TURBULENCE was so severe on a packed jumbo jet that nine passengers and a cabin crew member were injured, an Air Accidents Investigation Branch report has said.
A PLAN to re-privatise the East Coast franchise "defies all economic logic", unions have claimed after figures were published showing big profits and a return of almost £217 million to taxpayers.
HUNDREDS of Scots travellers were stranded after a bomb scare closed Luton Airport and led to dozens of flight cancellations and diversions.
The number of women convicted of drink-driving has almost doubled in recent years, a survey has shown.