Works on the replacement of vital infrastructure at Uig harbour have achieved a significant milestone this week. The first stage of works to prepare for the replacement of the vessel linkspan has been completed and ferry services to and from Uig Harbour can resume from 23 March.
East Renfrewshire Council has started work on the second phase of active travel improvements to Ayr Road in Newton Mearns.
Transport Scotland has awarded the £16.85 million contract to replace an 80-metre section of the Kincardine Bridge to Balfour Beatty. The project, with main works on site expected to get underway from early summer, will involve demolishing the Kincardine Bridge’s southern piled viaduct a
Winchburgh’s new M9 motorway junction, ‘Junction 1B’, has opened for northbound local access, with southbound routes into Winchburgh to follow in the next couple of months.
The Scottish Government is to begin a new procurement competition to complete the Tomatin to Moy section of the A9 dualling programme after the single tender submission received was deemed not to be of good value.
BAM has celebrated the completion of its 15th new station in 15 years on Scotland’s Railway with the opening of Inverness Airport Station.
Transport minister Jenny Gilruth chaired the latest meeting of the A83 Taskforce in Arrochar to provide an update on medium-term solutions for the Rest and be Thankful.
Twelve Scottish companies have been successful in receiving a share of £560,000 to support the decarbonisation of heavy duty vehicles. A second challenge call for Zero Emissions Heavy Duty Vehicles was completed recently by Transport Scotland and Scottish Enterprise through its Can Do Innovati
Improvements to the existing Old Military Road (OMR) through the Glen Croe corridor are being made to make it a more resilient diversion route until the long-term solution to the problems at the Rest and Be Thankful is in place.
The construction phase of works on the A977 to widen the northbound side of the road on the approach to Gartarry Roundabout is to be extended until the end of February.
The Clyde Metro is one of the key priorities for future transport investment to be included by the Scottish Government in the publication of its second Strategic Transport Projects Review (STPR2).
Scottish Ministers have given the go-ahead for completing the statutory procedures for the A9 Dualling Killiecrankie to Glen Garry scheme following a Public Local Inquiry and the resulting recommendations. The Scottish Government said it remains committed to investing in the A9, including
The Stockingfield Bridge in north Glasgow has won the 2022 Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) People’s Choice Award, which recognises civil engineering projects that have made a positive impact on their local communities. The two-way spanning cable-stayed pedestrian and cycle bridge opened e
A total of five new high quality, inclusive and segregated active travel routes alongside Dundee’s arteries could come a step closer next week. Councillors will be asked to approve the services of consultants Sweco to investigate preferred routes and concept designs linking the heart of the ci
The Edinburgh Tram Inquiry is set to exceed £13 million in costs. A projection from Transport Scotland indicates that the cost will reach £13,100,812 by the end of this financial year.