SCOTLAND'S main line train services to and from London are to be given lower punctuality targets over the next five years than every other route in the UK.
SCOTLAND'S largest local authority should follow the example set be Liverpool and temporarily scrap the city's bus lanes, a motoring expert has said.
ABERDEEN could lose £220 million - the equivalent of around 1000 jobs - if a proposed high-speed rail link goes ahead.
Cities across the UK could lose up to £220 million each as a result of HS2, according to previously unseen research.
TRAFFIC will return to the West End of the Scottish capital today after six years of tram works.
Early-autumn train punctuality has kept pace with performance this time last year.
THIRD-class travel may return to the East Coast rail line between Scotland and London if leaked plans get the go ahead.
CAMPAIGNERS and rail union chiefs are petitioning to keep a key rail line in public hands.
MOTORISTS in seven mainland areas of Scotland are among those who will be guaranteed lower petrol and diesel prices if the Coalition Government is given the go-ahead for a rural fuel rebate scheme.
AN ALL-IN-ONE map of Glasgow showing how to commute around the city by bus, train, subway, bike or on foot has gone on sale.
A shortage of air traffic controllers at Stornoway is causing flight delays and cancellations.
PASSENGERS face disruption because Network Rail is to carry out works to renew and strengthen parts of one of Scotland's newest rail routes.
A MAN who died after being struck by a car while he worked down a manhole has been named by police.
SCOTLAND'S only subway system is at the centre of a pioneering scheme to warm its stations by using the water leaking into its tunnels as a sustainable heat source.
THE former Strathclyde police region recorded the highest number of drink-drivers over the age of 50 anywhere in the UK during the last three years, according to new figures.
MOTORISTS face a weekend of disruptions as extensive resurfacing work is carried out on sections of both the M80 and M77.
MOTORING and road safety groups have welcomed proposals to raise the minimum age that someone can hold a full driver's licence from 17 to 19 in a bid to cut road deaths.
A SECTION of the main rail line between Edinburgh and Glasgow will close for more than a month while a tunnel is upgraded.
DRIVERS on Scotland's notorious A9 road are expected to benefit from £18.5 million of spending on safety works and maintenance over the next two years.
FLIGHTS to and from an international airport were suspended after an air ambulance came off the runway.
MOTORISTS in Scotland's biggest city paid out £8.7 million in on-street parking charges during the past financial year.
An airport has suspended flights after a plane came off the runway after landing.
Thousands of UK air travellers face possible delays and cancellations today due to planned industrial action by French air traffic controllers.
WORK has begun on one of the most difficult sections on the A9 trunk road, on the east coast of Caithness.
Britain has a pothole epidemic, according to a breakdown company.
THE nationalised railway company operating the East Coast Main Line has returned £208.7 million to taxpayers as revenues soared, fuelling the debate over plans to return it to private hands.
l PRESTWICK began life in 1934 as a training airfield owned by David Fowler McIntyre who, along with the then Duke Of Hamilton, had become one of the first aviators to fly over Mount Everest in 1933.
TALKS between Scottish Government ministers and the board of the firm that owns troubled Prestwick Airport early yesterday morning in Shanghai paved the way for the makings of the deal to take it into public ownership.
THE tram project in Edinburgh has taken another step forward with the start of a new stage of testing on the tracks.
Prestwick Airport is to be taken into public ownership, the Scottish Government has announced.