New £10 million road to relieve congestion in and around Kincardine.
Investment in local cycle networks encouraging more Scots to get active – Minister.
First private rail bill will allow re-opening of rail link between Stirling and Alloa.
Gaps in rural public transport bridged by community-run projects.
Opening of new light railway which will transport coal from a mine by rail in East Ayrshire.
Research shows passengers more satisfied with local bus operators than previous year.
Consultants to identify improvements to A737 in North Ayrshire.
Requirement to tender west coast ferry services not affected by EU court ruling.
New Group set up to reduce the 'unacceptably high' risk of accidents on A77.
Work to upgrade last remaining section within current programme to begin in July.
Proposals include creation of a new transport agency for Scotland.
Appointment of new franchise will deliver ‘better deal’ for passengers.
Executive’s Route Development Fund helps secure non-stop, daily, Edinburgh-Newark service.
Transport partnership to go ahead with interchange and park and ride facilities.
Residents in Angus and Dundee to benefit from £749,000 investment into bus and rail.
Minister visits Dalgety Bay - one of 15 sites in Scotland being upgraded.
New system will allow passengers on ScotRail and Glasgow Subway services use just one ticket.
City fleet now has 100 per cent coverage to encourage use of public transport.
Transport Minister encourages school kids to get active.
Differences in how, why and when people travel shown in 2002 statistics.