Campaigners have been prosecuted for inconsiderate driving while trying to bring roads to a standstill as part of a pro-Brexit protest.
A tougher standard for punctuality will be introduced on Britain's railways next month in an attempt to improve performance.
Police have warned pro-Brexit campaigners planning “go slow” protests on the UK’s roads that they could face prosecution.
London Heathrow has welcomed the final aircraft in a series of retro liveries by British Airways.
A rail firm planning a rival low-fare service between London and Edinburgh has ordered trains that will provide the “highest level of comfort and service”.
Housing associations have received half-a-million pounds in funding for electric hire car clubs to allow people to rent low-emission vehicles.
Extending free bus passes to all young Scots up to the age of 25 could cost as much as £230 million a year, the Transport Secretary has said.
Eurostar is urging passengers to avoid travelling until after Wednesday unless their journey is “absolutely necessary”.
Striking new images of plans to transform Birmingham Moor Street station have been revealed by the West Midlands Rail Executive.
More than half of Scots back cutting the default speed limit in residential streets to 20mph, a new poll has found.
Bus users who benefit from free travel are more likely to be satisifed with their journeys than people who have to pay, new research has found.