A senior Dundee councillor has called for a footbridge near one of the Kingsway’s busiest roundabouts to be torn down and replaced with “modern pedestrian crossings” after raising concerns about its safety.
ScotRail’s train and station facilities improved in the final weeks of 2018 when compared to the same period of the previous year, according to new figures.
Contracts worth a total of almost £60 million have been awarded on two road infrastructure projects by Transport Scotland.
ScotRail has been instructed by the Scottish Government to submit a plan for how it will address falling performance levels.
Dundee’s drive to encourage greater use of electric vehicles is set to move up a gear.
The total cost of the constructing the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) will top £1 billion, contractors have confirmed to Holyrood.
A city bakery has been refused permission to run a takeaway near a retail park.
A new survey of Scots’ travel habits has revealed Dundonians are nearly twice as likely to take the bus compared with others in Scotland.
Plans to build a new Dundee FC stadium at Camperdown Park could still be blocked by access issues.
Almost 40 drivers a day were caught speeding on a stretch of the A90, new figures have revealed.
Traffic using one of the city’s busiest junctions will be controlled by traffic lights after a major upgrade was given the go-ahead.
Tayside has been named as the worst region in Scotland for road deaths.
The mystery of a set of cameras which appeared at Gallagher Retail Park has been solved.
Dundee railway station is to get a disability-friendly “changing places” toilet after months of campaigning by a disability rights group.
New average speed cameras covering part of the A90 are catching more than 23 speeding drivers every day, it has been revealed.
Transport bosses have accused council chiefs of mistakes which derailed plans for a new 1,500-home village on Perth’s outskirts.
A three-day counter-terrorism exercise testing the response of emergency services in England and Scotland to a cross-border incident has ended.
Motorists faced long delays today with large tailbacks reported on roads leading towards the Queensferry Crossing.
A community leader fears building more than 600 new homes near a busy junction is an “accident waiting to happen”.
Traffic bosses have pledged to meet community leaders over safety concerns on a major Tayside road.