TENNIS coach Judy Murray suffered a "tourist trauma" after being thrown off one of London's new cashless buses when she tried to pay with coins.
A WOMAN'S internet rant at the state-owned ferry company Caledonian MacBrayne after she claimed it has let her down over a lifetime has attracted the backing of thousands of people.
The inquiry into the delays, disruptions and spiralling cost of the Edinburgh tram project could take as long as two years to complete.
PASSENGER numbers on the Caledonian Sleeper have plunged by nearly a quarter in the last three years amid competition from rival Scotland to London rail operators and cut price air fares.
MOTORISTS in Scotland have faced the largest hikes in insurance premiums anywhere in the UK at a time when most drivers are seeing their costs fall.
RAIL groups have hit out at changes to a popular ScotRail discount scheme which will see the cost of some journeys more than double.
ISLAND hoteliers say they have lost thousands in revenue following 'shambolic' ferry disruptions during one of its busiest weeks for visitors.
WHEN Keith Irving tells you to get on your bike, he means it in the best possible sense.
GATWICK Airport will establish a £20 million fund to boost regional connections to and from London in the ten years after opening a second runway, bosses have said, as the battle with Heathrow over expansion intensifies.
PUBLIC transport website Traveline has launched an information page dedicated to the new Southern hospital in Glasgow as the city gears up for the largest exodus of staff and patients in its history.
HOLIDAYMAKERS faced a second day of travel disruption as the strike by air traffic controllers saw a handful of flights to and from Scotland cancelled.
FOREIGN tourists travelling on the Caledonian Sleeper were left without berths after turning up to discover they were booked on coaches that did not exist.
BRITAIN'S longest-serving lorry driver has vowed to stay on the road despite preparing to celebrate his 80th birthday.
NEW car sales in Scotland hit record levels in March, as the UK as a whole enjoyed its best month this century for new vehicle registrations.
The operator of Scotland's regional airports has appealed to union leaders to return to the negotiating table in a bid to end the 48 hour strike by security staff.