A call has been made for the deployment of shock tactics against older bikers in the drive to cut the toll of tragedy on Angus roads.
A trial 20mph zone in a Dundee community could be made permanent if councillors give it the green light.
Police have come up with a novel new weapon in the battle against speeding.
All new cars could be fitted with special devices from 2022 to automatically make them keep to the speed limit after new EU rules were provisionally agreed.
Motorists travelling on Dens Road were left in shock as a man on a child’s pedal go-kart was seen speeding down the road.
DUNDEE school pupils have starred in a video to drive the message of road safety home to parents.
Work to install a pedestrian crossing on one of Dundee’s busiest routes got under way yesterday.
Police Scotland has invested more than £1,000 on “pop-up bairns” in a bid to deter dangerous parking at schools in Tayside.
With 23 years of police work under his belt, PC Euan Stewart has seen it all when things go wrong on the roads.
People across Dundee are being asked to give their views on proposals to allocate more road space to cyclists and pedestrians.
Motorists may be required to always give way to pedestrians and cyclists when turning, under a shake-up of the Highway Code.
Learning all about road safety has been magical for kids around the city.
David Beckham has been accused of “shirking his responsibility” as a role model after he avoided prosecution over a speeding charge on a technicality.
The proportion of car occupants killed while not wearing a seat belt has reached its highest level since records began, new figures show.
Plans to create Safer Streets around a primary school are going back out to consultation after parents expressed doubt about whether the £25,000 proposals would work.
Dramatic dashcam footage showing the moment a child cyclist is nearly struck by a 4×4 has prompted safety warnings.
Police in Tayside have issued a reminder to road users to “think bike” after a series of accidents.
Tayside has been named as the worst region in Scotland for road deaths.
Three people are seriously hurt or killed every week on Tayside’s roads, the Tele can reveal today.
Road safety campaigners have criticised a young woman filmed using her phone while driving with children in the car — branding her actions “highly dangerous”.