THE Capital's worst roads are today revealed by new figures showing two-thirds of some streets are riddled with potholes and defects.
ON anyone's list of thankless jobs, that of "cones tsar" John Gooday might feature pretty highly.
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AN ENTREPRENEUR is to spend £1 million expanding a car-sharing firm in Edinburgh after an 80 per cent rise in customers during the last year.
MOTORISTS are facing the "worst ever" disruption on the Capital's streets as new figures today showed there are nearly 500 sets of roadworks under way in the city.
HERITAGE bosses have announced plans to introduce new traffic measures to improve congestion in and around Edinburgh Castle.
TRANSPORT chiefs have launched a safety review of a busy city roundabout after a string of accidents.
THE operator of an Edinburgh car sharing scheme says a surge in popularity has helped cut congestion in the Capital.
LOTHIAN Buses is on a collision course with city leaders over plans for a permanent ban on traffic in Princes Street.
CALLS have been made to sort out the "chaotic" traffic situation at St John's Hospital in Livingston.
IT is already shaping up to be one of the city's great transport debates.
TURNING Princes Street into a pedestrianised zone with all vehicles except trams and bicycles being banned is set to be considered by city chiefs.
IT is the last thing you would think would be a priority for a project running over budget and six months behind schedule.
EDINBURGH's transport chief has vowed there will be no more mistakes on major transport projects – as he apologised for long delays on a £2 million scheme to replace a busy city roundabout.
THE countdown to a fresh round of traffic chaos has begun as tram chiefs confirm the complete closure of Princes Street from February 21.
TRANSPORT leaders in Edinburgh last night unveiled their plans to clear traffic off the city's main thoroughfare to make way for at least eight months of tramworks.
NEW images of how Edinburgh's trams may look on the city's streets have been released as motorists brace themselves for the closure of The Mound on Saturday.
WORK to remove a busy city roundabout has slipped another month behind schedule, with the cost of the £2 million project soaring over budget.
MOTORISTS are being warned to expect big delays this weekend as the Forth Road Bridge is reduced to one lane in each direction.
Do you think new traffic planning makes travel as efficient as it should be or are things getting worse?
TRANSPORT chiefs are considering spending a six-figure sum on creating a dedicated radio station to guide drivers through traffic during the tram project.