Petrol has crept back over the 130p a litre mark, according to figures from the RAC.
An offshore helicopter has landed safely after a warning light came on mid-flight.
The number of speeding tickets imposed on motorists caught by police using speed guns has almost doubled over the past three years, according to new figures.
RAIL journeys in Scotland have increased by almost 3% year-on-year, with only London and the south-east experiencing a faster growth in rail travel.
HUNDREDS more viewers have complained about BBC drama Jamaica Inn despite the corporation saying it had adjusted sound levels "to address audience concerns" after viewers complained of being unable to hear some of the dialogue.
THE first major review of bus lanes in Glasgow is to be carried out following controversy over motorists fined for straying into the paths.
TRANSPORT chiefs have awarded the first of three multi-million-pound design contracts for the scheme to dual the main route north.
A MOTORIST has died after his car veered off a road and rolled down an embankment before crashing into a greenhouse.
WORK to install new gear shafts to Super Puma EC225 helicopters will begin later this year as part of measures to improve safety.
RAIL workers in London are to stage a series of strikes in three separate disputes which could impact on commuters and holidaymakers.
AS many as 13% of drivers are still using hand-held mobile phones while at the wheel and 4% have admitted to regularly sending or reading text messages while driving, a survey shows.
THE number of children injured in road accidents in one area of Scotland has fallen to a record low after the introduction of 20mph zones and educational initiatives.
THOUSANDS of pounds collected from bus-lane fines have been used to plug a hole in the parking budget of Glasgow City Council.
A BUS company is introducing a major shake-up of services across Glasgow and the surrounding area before the end of the month.
AVERAGE petrol prices at the pumps are still below 130p a litre despite a rise in wholesale fuel markets, according to the AA.
A new campaign has been launched to reduce the number of motorbike accidents in Scotland.
Motorists are facing disruption after a major arterial route between Haudagain roundabout and Persley Bridge in Aberdeen was closed around midnight, following a gas leak.
A FLEET of 65 new trains is set to be rolled out across the East Coast Main Line from 2018 in a £2.7 billion deal.
MORE than 100,000 homes in the north of Scotland, Orkney, the Western Isles, Shetland and the Trossachs were plunged into darkness after the worst power cuts in living memory.
Funding has finally been secured to bring new high-speed trains to a key Scotland-London route in a £2.7 billion job-boosting contract.
Motorists are facing disruption after a major arterial route was closed following a gas leak.
A TOAST has been raised to Glasgow's famous Transport Museum, as fans and curators celebrate 50 years since the original centre opened its doors.
RESIDENTS close to Scotland's busiest airport have been warned about the possibility of increased aircraft noise while the regular flight path is temporarily changed.
GOVERNMENT subsidies for rail fares are three times higher in Scotland than England, according to figures from the regulator.
Residents close to Scotland's busiest airport have been warned about the possibility of increased aircraft noise while the regular flight path is temporarily changed.
Network Rail has rejected calls from MPs to eradicate deaths on railway crossings by the end of this decade.
The AA and the RAC have expressed concern at a new scheme by the Highways Agency which will, from tomorrow, allow drivers permanent use of the hard shoulder on a section of motorway.
THE single largest engineering project in Scotland for decades, the Queensferry Crossing, is now beginning to take shape.
FERRY operator CalMac has revealed that it is considering running a river bus on the Clyde that would take passengers into the city centre.
THE Isles of Scilly are to get their first set of traffic lights, nearly 150 years after they were introduced in England.