The Scottish Conservatives claim the Scottish Government's “abject failure” to dual the A9 is laid bare by “astonishing” new figures.
The line between Inverness and Tain was reopened last night after a crash between a train and a car prompted the closure of the railway.
Concerns have been raised that subsidised flights between Wick and Aberdeen could be under threat next year when the funding is reviewed.
A collision between a car and a train has closed the Wick to Inverness north railway line.
The couple at the centre of a dispute that saw Scotrail temporarily close Altnabreac railway station say they feel "bullied and harassed".
She says 'if there are not enough jobs, not enough houses, unreliable transport and public services in these communities, people will not stay.'
The project is scheduled to take place over 20 nights and should be finished by 7am on Monday, December 18.
The withdrawal of train services at a remote Caithness railway station may be due to the antics of a couple living in a cottage by the site.
A 20-night programme of road surfacing work is scheduled to get under way on a stretch of the A9 today.
Maree Todd has been assured that "substantial investment and resources" are going towards safety improvements on the northern section of the A9.
Views over new 20mph speed limits will be sought when a consultation opens next month – with the axing of some and creation of more all possible.
Green MSP Ariane Burgess wants Highland Council to follow Edinburgh's example in the interests of pedestrian safety people with mobility issues.