The green light for speed buffer zones in Angus communities has been hailed as a step forward in road safety - but “reckless” drivers have been condemned for continuing to put lives at risk.
Fed-up Forfar residents are gearing up for a fight to slow down “thundering” traffic on one of the busiest approaches to the town.
Child safety concerns have been highlighted after more than 900 drivers were recorded speeding past an Angus primary school in one week.
Drivers have been urged to hold their horses outside a Fife riding school.
A child could be killed by speeding drivers using Levenmouth roads as a racetrack, angry residents have warned.
A Fife chef who was hurrying to get home after a bad day at work was caught driving at 120mph.
A community group in Methven have rallied after a two-dimensional traffic officer was brutally snapped in half while on holiday in Almondbank.
Speed cameras will be installed on Perthshire roads after 21 reported crashes in three years.
A motorist who sped past an unmarked police car at 112mph was stopped and found to be in a car which smelled strongly of cannabis.
Motorists put other drivers at risk as they reached almost 100mph on a Tayside motorway.