Construction work has begun on a new £225 million light railway linking London Luton Airport with its nearest mainline station.
People power has paid off after a bus firm threatened to put the brakes on a service.
People aged under 25 would have free bus travel under a Labour government in areas where local authorities introduce bus franchising or bring services under public ownership, Jeremy Corbyn hastold sixth-formers.
Older people are buying more bikes than ever before, heralding the rise of “silver cyclists”, a new study shows.
The Scottish Government has been accused of presiding over a “great train robbery” after analysis revealed some commuters in Scotland spend a fifth of average wages on rail fares.
Two RAF veterans who learned to fly at Edinburgh Airport have helped to mark the closure of its secondary runway.
Children will once again be able to travel on Dundee buses for just 20p over the Easter holidays.
A call for a legally-binding target to reverse the decline in bus use has been rejected by the transport minister.
Parts of Scotland’s trunk road network could be closed down if another bout of “Beast from the East” weather hits the country in the future, the Transport Minister has told MSPs.
A case involving thousands of disgruntled motorists is gearing up at the High Court.
Easter traffic is expected to peak on Thursday and Friday with Britons warned to brace themselves for a wet and windy weekend.
Rail services on some of the country’s busiest routes were disrupted by a signal failure on Tuesday, causing travel chaos for tens of thousands of passengers.
Volkswagen drivers are taking their emissions scandal claims to the High Court.
Many regions of the UK are “falling short” when it comes to providing charging points for electric vehicles, new analysis has indicated.
Passengers have ridden the UK’s first self-drive mainline train.
Scottish Greens are pressing ministers to introduce a new legally-binding target to reverse the decline in bus use.
New bus services that will focus on connecting older and disabled people in Dryburgh/Lochee and Clepington/Stobswell are set to launch next week.
The Government has angered activists by ruling out a national scrappage scheme for diesel vehicles.
The opening of the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) is expected to be delayed until late autumn, the Economy Secretary has said.
Police have released “shocking” footage of a brutal unprovoked assault on a man as he lay defenceless in a pool of blood on a tram platform.