Rural road rat runners have been slammed for their speed on a stretch outside Arbroath being used to dodge delays caused by roadworks aimed at delivering safety improvements at a busy town junction.
New moves to put the brakes on drivers in and around Forfar have received the green light – and may go further still.
Fears are growing that someone could be killed on a busy Perthshire thoroughfare.
Consultation is under way over options for the resolution of a 12-year pedestrian crossing saga on a busy Arbroath street.
Motorists may be required to always give way to pedestrians and cyclists when turning, under a shake-up of the Highway Code.
A Brechin councillor has backed calls for a new crossing at a traffic hotspot in the town.
Three breakdown providers have united in a call for new regulations to improve motorway safety around assistance vehicles.
Olympic champion Sir Chris Hoy has called for an end to the cyclist versus motorist battle in towns and cities after warning that lives are at risk.
A crumbling 170-year-old bridge that is threatening the safety of trains on the main east coast rail line in Aberdeenshire is to be knocked down as soon as possible.
David Beckham has been accused of “shirking his responsibility” as a role model after he avoided prosecution over a speeding charge on a technicality.