Learn how Transport Scotland is improving infrastructure with transport projects across the country and find out how these projects will affect you.
Transport Scotland are conducting a number of upgrades across the motorway network in Central Scotland, aiming to improve journeys on some of the country's busiest roads.
The Forth Replacement Crossing is Scotland's biggest project in a generation. Transport Scotland are working to deliver a state-of-the-art bridge that connects the two banks of the Firth of Forth.
Transport Scotland are upgrading the A9 between Perth and Inverness to a dual carriageway, significantly improving journeys along this route.
The Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route is set to improve driving in the Northeast with lower congestion and greater reliability of journey times.
The A92/A96 Haudagain Improvement project includes approximately 500m of new dual carriageway connecting the A92 North Anderson Drive and the A96 Auchmill Road to assist in reducing traffic congestion and improving journey time reliability.
This scheme is on the A9 in Caithness, north of Helmsdale and south of Dunbeath.
New off- line improvement at the Den North Ayrshire
This project involves the construction of a new off-line bypass of the town of Maybole and associated junctions to connect to the existing A77 trunk road.
Delivering significant journey time improvements and greater connectivity for both passenger and freight services operating on the Aberdeen to Inverness rail corridor.
The Luncarty to Pass of Birnam section encompasses 9.5km of the A9 and will be widened as part of the dualling project, improving journey times and safety on the route