REGIONAL airline Flybe has blamed government hikes in airport departure taxes for a decision to axe 300 jobs.
A BUS company owned by First Group has been fined £15,000 following an "eruption" of passenger complaints in Falkirk.
AN office block that houses hundreds of workers could be demolished to make way for an expansion of Glasgow's Queen Street rail station.
Motorists beware: Scotland's network of road safety cameras is to go digital.
FIVE island communities the Scottish Government says will benefit from the redeployment of a £5.5 million vehicle-carrying ferry, are gearing up to oppose the plans.
Ministers have been accused by Labour of failing to take responsibility for the £45 million West Coast Main Line fiasco.
More than half the Boeing 787s in use around the world have been grounded after an emergency landing by one of the jets revealed a battery fire risk in the aircraft.
HUNDREDS of rail signal workers across Scotland are to be balloted for strike action in a move that threatens to cause widespread disruption to passengers.
NEARLY 500 motorists a day have been caught driving in Glasgow's bus lanes.
THE two main operators of London-to-Scotland trains saw more than one-fifth of services delayed over the festive period as wet weather and failing infrastructure dragged down performance.
GLASGOW Airport has seen its busiest year since 2009 while its main rival, Edinburgh continued to see a slump in passenger numbers.
A 10-YEAR deal to supply "green" nuclear-generated electricity to power the UK's rail network has been signed with French company EDF Energy.
FREE Sunday parking in Edinburgh could be abolished from 2014 as part of a five-year strategy designed to cut congestion and boost public transport.
Ministers have dashed hopes that a car ferry could replace a passenger vessel on the publicly funded service between Gourock and Dunoon in the near future.
THE UK Government is to restart its crisis-hit rail franchising programme after an independent review concluded the system was not broken but in need of reform.
Scottish Government successes in delivering the M74 extension and M80 improvements will drive down the cost of other major road and rail infrastructure upgrades, a leading industry body has said.
dramatic, newly released images show the final moments before a microlight aircraft crashed into the side of a Scottish mountain, killing two people.
LABOUR'S former Scottish leader, Iain Gray, has proposed legislation giving councils greater control over when and where bus services operate, three years after a similar attempt was rejected by MSPs.
EDINBURGH'S controversial bus lane camera system will be expanded next week as figures reveal nearly 28,000 fines have been issued since it launched last April.
A NOTORIOUSLY tight railway junction that forces high-speed, cross-border trains to slow to just 15mph is to be straightened as part of a £4 billion investment in Scotland's railways.
BUS passengers are facing a fresh round of service cuts over the next three months as a funding shortfall in the Scottish Government's free travel scheme widens, industry sources have warned.
THE development of wind farms on Scotland's islands is expected to be given a boost over the next decade as more ferries are built that run on electricity and diesel power.
MPs have called for greater clarity on how rail companies benefit from taxpayers' support to prevent "waste and profiteering".
PRICE hikes to rail fares have come into force amid widespread condemnation from campaigners, Labour and trade unions over the 10th successive above-inflation rise in ticket prices.
ONE of the most picturesque journeys in Scotland is to be created as part of a £4 million boost for pedal power.
PASSENGERS travelling between Scotland and London will continue to face delays because Network Rail (NR) used cheap, unreliable parts when upgrading the UK's busiest rail routes, warns a hard-hitting industry report.
Railway signal workers are going on strike again in a dispute about shift patterns.
PASSENGERS looking forward to a cut in rail journey times between Glasgow and London have had their hopes dashed.
Three children have died and two adults have been injured following a crash on a busy motorway.