HIGH fuel costs are forcing motorists in some rural areas to trade in their larger cars for smaller, more economical models.
HAULIERS and politicians have welcomed news that heavy lorries will be allowed to go faster on the A9 in a three-year trial.
ABERDEEN Airport is embarking on a £13 million redevelopment of its terminal building as part of efforts to increase passenger capacity.
LOW-COST airline Flybe is axing four of its Scottish routes in the latest shake-up to its service.
Lorry drivers are preparing to stage an imminent protest on the A9 over plans to introduce average speed cameras without increasing the speed limit for HGVs.
MOTORISTS faced gridlock after part of a major commuter road was closed because roadworks overran.
MORE than half of Scotland's major public sector organisations have no plans to reduce their use of transport, including air travel, a new report has found.
THE Scottish Government has bought Glasgow Prestwick Airport for £1.
MORE than 2200 people applied for just 10 trainee driver jobs on the new Borders railway, ScotRail has revealed.
A new direct flight between Edinburgh and Qatar will begin next spring, connecting the capital with the Middle East for the first time.
THE new lower drink-drive limit for Scotland will not be rolled out until at least October next year, it has been confirmed.
THE successful bidder for the new ScotRail franchise will be expected to provide a new 42-minute express service between Glasgow and Edinburgh and a smart ticketing system for passengers.
THE price of parking for an hour in one of Glasgow's busiest streets is set to rise by 300%.
CAMPAIGNERS are calling for three more seconds to be added to the time a green man lights up at pedestrian crossings amid fears the elderly people in particular are being put in danger.
A PASSENGER jet had to make an emergency landing at Glasgow Airport after one of its engines failed.
IT is the family game which is employed on many a road trip to stop youngsters from piping up constantly:
NEARLY 85,000 Scottish drivers have points on their licences for using their mobile phone at the wheel despite high-profile police campaigns aimed at ending the potentially-fatal practice.
ALMOST 5000 golf fans have already booked their spots on special rail services heading to Gleneagles for the Ryder Cup.
REGIONAL airline Flybe has announced plans to close two bases in Scotland and axe more than 100 jobs north of the Border as it presses ahead with a drive to cut unprofitable routes.
Efforts by previous governments to link Scotland's cities by road and rail have been criticised.
THE union representing thousands of rail workers wants extra payments for its members who will be on duty during next year's Commonwealth Games.
THE Government has tried to "re-write history" by down-playing the success of the East Coast Mainline in public ownership, Labour has claimed.
IT is famous for being the world's shortest scheduled flight, lasting just two minutes from runway to runway.
Scotland's major airports recorded more passengers last month.
MOST car drivers are "caught by surprise" by motorbikes but as many as 40% of drivers reckon motorcyclists are inconsiderate.
TRANPORT Secretary Patrick McLoughlin faces a grilling from MPs over a contested report that predicts the HS2 rail project could benefit the UK by £15 billion a year.
TEN councils across Scotland have been praised for the action they have taken to encourage more people cycling.
A 20-YEAR-OLD bus firm which was due to be banned from operating today has been given an 11th hour reprieve after lodging an appeal against losing its licence.
Many drivers are poorly prepared for the perils of winter motoring, according to the Highways Agency.
RURAL communities have welcomed news that the Treasury is considering increasing the number of remote mainland areas which could benefit from fuel duty discounts.