PETROL price pressure on the purse strings of drivers has eased, according to figures from the AA.
MORE than 4000 road users have been caught by mobile police speed cameras in a crackdown on a section on the country's main route to the Highlands and the north-east.
A total of 3 per cent of UK motorists have admitted drug-driving in the last 12 months, according to a survey.
A VETERAN air accident investigator who led the probe into the Mull of Kintyre helicopter crash has been hired by lawyers involved in the Clutha disaster.
A transport union is stepping up its fight to stop a key London to Scotland rail franchise being re-privatised after revealing the public sector company currently running it is paying "massive sums" back to taxpayers.
A 12-year-old girl and seven other youngsters aged either 12 or 13 are among people disqualified from driving, according to latest figures.
PASSENGERS will trial-run Edinburgh Airport's new security lounge for the first time this month, as a £25 million terminal extension nears completion.
PLANS to sell off Glasgow and Aberdeen airports are an opportunity to reinvigorate the businesses, an aviation expert has said.
MOTORISTS have been given some welcome news in the form of petrol price cuts.
PLANS to build a permanent marina on the River Clyde have been resurrected.
ENGINEERS strengthening Edinburgh's two Haymarket railway tunnels in preparation for a major regeneration project have released the first images of the underground works.
LABOUR'S partial renationalisation plan for the railways will extend to Scotland if it rejects independence, the Shadow Transport Secretary.
CALLS are growing for the UK government to begin its £43bn high speed railway not just from England but from Scotland too.
Edinburgh controversial trams system has ground to a halt after one of its fleet broke down.
RAIL safety is being compromised because of Government cutbacks, according to a TUC report.
HIGH-speed rail will benefit Scotland by bringing it closer to England's main cities, with an economic boost of £3bn, according to Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin.
THE Western Isles have been dealt a blow with the arrival of the new £42 million ferry to Lewis delayed following problems at the German yard where she was built.
TAXI drivers have criticised plans for new bus-only lanes along the Fastlink bus route in Glasgow.
A new style of train, which may be brought into service on one of Scotland's busiest commuter routes, has been unveiled.
LESS than half of drivers convicted of killing cyclists in Britain are sent to jail, new figures have revealed.
A HUGE redevelopment around the HS2 rail project, creating 14,000 jobs, 2,000 homes and worth up to £1.3 billion a year to the economy, is due to be announced by the Government today.
PEDESTRIANS, residents and motorists are enduring dangerous levels of air pollution because of a five-year delay to plans to cut emmissions
ONLY one company has said it would be interested in running a car ferry between Gourock and Dunoon piers, and even then it is on the condition that the Government takes the commercial risk.
THE price of petrol at the pumps has fallen as Middle East oil supply concerns diminish, AA figures show.
A COACH trip company catering for Chinese tourists has been banned over a string of offences including allowing drivers only licensed for automatic vehicles to use manual gearboxes.
LABOUR is poised to announce that, if it comes back into power, it would seek to change the law to enable the partial renationalisation of Britain's railways.
Safety recommendations have been made by investigators after a rail worker was badly hurt by a runaway maintenance vehicle.
A passenger plane carrying 295 people has been shot down over a town in eastern Ukraine, officials say.
ONLY 20% of speed cameras work at any given time, according to new figures.
Car drivers are more concerned about congestion than having a crash or breaking down, according to an AA/Populus survey.