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North bus operator accepts first booking since lockdown as it invests in anti-viral mist machine

North bus operator accepts first booking since lockdown as it invests in anti-viral mist machine

North bus operator accepts first booking since lockdown as it invests in anti-viral mist machine

13 July 2020

THE Highlands’ largest coach operator says its fleet is “clean, safe and ready to go” thanks to an intensive deep clean and health and safety regime.


Dangers of trespassing on railway highlighted by youth charity

Dangers of trespassing on railway highlighted by youth charity

Dangers of trespassing on railway highlighted by youth charity

07 July 2020

New campaign aims to protect youngsters from passing trains this summer


Road improvement works on trunk road at Skiach junction to take an extra week

Road improvement works on trunk road at Skiach junction to take an extra week

Road improvement works on trunk road at Skiach junction to take an extra week

05 July 2020

MOTORISTS are facing further disruption on the A9 in Easter Ross after roadworks on a busy junction over-ran.


New community rail group hopes to promote tourism on Far North line

New community rail group hopes to promote tourism on Far North line

New community rail group hopes to promote tourism on Far North line

03 July 2020

A new group is being formed in an ambitious bid to reinvigorate the Far North rail line in Caithness and Sutherland, it has emerged.


Stagecoach replaces unpopular Interdeck buses on X99 north service

Stagecoach replaces unpopular Interdeck buses on X99 north service

Stagecoach replaces unpopular Interdeck buses on X99 north service

03 July 2020

The buses on the X99 route between Caithness and Inverness have been replaced following widespread public criticism, it has been confirmed.


Roadworks to bring A9 delays until Monday evening

Roadworks to bring A9 delays until Monday evening

Roadworks to bring A9 delays until Monday evening

02 July 2020

Delays can be expected on the A9 north of Crubenmore from tomorrow as essential resurfacing work begins


Businesses asked by Inverness airport operator to take part in a travel needs survey

Businesses asked by Inverness airport operator to take part in a travel needs survey

Businesses asked by Inverness airport operator to take part in a travel needs survey

01 July 2020

The owner of Inverness Airport wants to hear from businesses about how it can help meet their travel needs.


Bus company to increase services in north

Bus company to increase services in north

Bus company to increase services in north

26 June 2020

Bus company Stagecoach is to step up its services in the Highlands next week as the coronavirus restrictions are eased in Scotland.


Far North cyclist calls for driver education programme after scary overtaking manoeuvre in which she was 'almost killed'

Far North cyclist calls for driver education programme after scary overtaking manoeuvre in which she was 'almost killed'

Far North cyclist calls for driver education programme after scary overtaking manoeuvre in which she was 'almost killed'

24 June 2020

A young Caithness cyclist said she was "almost killed" when a car overtook her on a blind summit on the A836 at Murkle.


Bus company launches 'busy bus' tracker

Bus company launches 'busy bus' tracker

Bus company launches 'busy bus' tracker

14 June 2020

Stagecoach launches new app for travellers


HIAL introduces new measures at north airports as limited flights set to resume

HIAL introduces new measures at north airports as limited flights set to resume

HIAL introduces new measures at north airports as limited flights set to resume

12 June 2020

Highlands and Islands Airports Ltd has introduced new measures to help ensure safety as it prepares for the gradual resumption of scheduled flights.


North ferry company reveals impact of coronavirus on its business with passenger numbers dropping by 95%

North ferry company reveals impact of coronavirus on its business with passenger numbers dropping by 95%

North ferry company reveals impact of coronavirus on its business with passenger numbers dropping by 95%

12 June 2020

Serco NorthLink has revealed that passenger numbers across all its ferry routes saw a 95 per cent drop over a nine-week period up to the end of May.


Highland Council secures government funding to improve minor roads for timber transport

Highland Council secures government funding to improve minor roads for timber transport

Highland Council secures government funding to improve minor roads for timber transport

03 June 2020

The funding goes mostly to upgrade minor roads – improving surfaces, widening corners and providing passing places


Disgruntled spray painter makes feelings know about potholes on north roads

Disgruntled spray painter makes feelings know about potholes on north roads

Disgruntled spray painter makes feelings know about potholes on north roads

02 June 2020

Potholes around the Highlands have often raised a swear word or two – and now someone has spelled out their feelings.


Work to clear rail line at Golspie

Work to clear rail line at Golspie

Work to clear rail line at Golspie

01 June 2020

Network Rail is removing trees and vegetation from beside the rail line in the Golspie area.


Stagecoach Highland chief says social distancing is a major problem for the firm and school transport is under the microscope

Stagecoach Highland chief says social distancing is a major problem for the firm and school transport is under the microscope

Stagecoach Highland chief says social distancing is a major problem for the firm and school transport is under the microscope

27 May 2020

The head of Stagecoach Highland said social distancing requirements are a major problem for the firm.


Wear a face mask if you are travelling by train, urges ScotRail

Wear a face mask if you are travelling by train, urges ScotRail

Wear a face mask if you are travelling by train, urges ScotRail

27 May 2020

Rail passengers are being urged to do their bit to prevent the spread of Covid-19 – by making sure they wear face coverings on ScotRail services.


EasyJet set to restart flights next month

EasyJet set to restart flights next month

EasyJet set to restart flights next month

21 May 2020

EasyJet has announced flights will restart on June 15 – with all crew and passengers required to wear face masks.


Funding sought for cycling routes and walking paths across north

Funding sought for cycling routes and walking paths across north

Funding sought for cycling routes and walking paths across north

16 May 2020

Plans are being drawn up for footpath widening, temporary bike lanes and other safe travel measures around the Highlands in response to coronavirus.


Britain's crumbling roads in line for repair as significant investment in transport infrastructure announced

Britain's crumbling roads in line for repair as significant investment in transport infrastructure announced

Britain's crumbling roads in line for repair as significant investment in transport infrastructure announced

14 May 2020

The UK government investment is likely to trigger a windfall for Scotland through Barnett consequentials


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