Aberdeenshire Council's infrastructure services committee will receive an update on the roads asset management for the region at its upcoming meeting.
People travelling on Scotland’s Railway will not be allowed to consume alcohol either on trains or at stations, ScotRail has announced.
Two sessions will take place in Inverurie and one in Alford.
Lack of turnover of spaces has lead to the move in a bid to also help recoup operational costs.
Members of the Garioch area committee discussed the route strategy plans for the A947, much of which hinges on the final decisions on the A96 upgrade.
A link route to Methlick will also be reinstated as part of phased reintroduction of services to communities.
THE A2B bus service which serves the Alford to Huntly via Rhynie route will restart along with a service covering Auchleven, Clatt and Kennethmont.
RAIL line to reopen following Stonehaven derailment.
A new junction has been added at Pitcaple while Kellockbank and Colpy see changes to layouts.
Inspection work on the Deveron Bridge in Turriff has been called off due to flow conditions in the river which make it unsafe for divers.
Plans to create disabled street parking spaces in the area have been scrutinised by councillors.