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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Pioneering two-stage right turn to be introduced for cyclists in capital

A new two-stage right turn junction to help keep cyclists safe is being introduced on one of the Capital's major thoroughfares - the first such junction of its kind in Scotland.

Watch 200ft lorry turning a sharp right on narrow Highland road

A remarkable video shows how you solve a seemingly impossible problem - turning sharp right on a narrow Highland road carrying a 60-metre turbine blade.

Watch out-of-control hot hatch hurtle backwards off road into wood

Heart-stopping dash cam footage shows an out-of-control car slide backwards across a road and crash into a wood.

Police accused of hypocrisy after clip shows car drifting out of lane on motorway

A video of a police car repeatedly drifting out of its lane on a motorway has sparked angry claims of hypocrisy on social media.

Anger as driver who “brake-checked” HGV on motorway keeps licence

A lorry driver has angrily condemned a court for letting a motorist who appeared to "brake-check" him on a busy motorway escape with a fine and points.

Dangerous driver drove towards Police after following sat nav on A9

Police were forced to take evasive action when a car was driven towards them at high speed.

Motorist hurls abuse at man who photographed her car on pavement

A Scottish motorist hurled abuse at man who photographed her car parked illegally on a pavement in an East Dumbartonshire Town.

New Cycle Lanes to make crossings tram tracks safer

New red-surfaced cycle lanes are to be installed at a number of key points along the tram route to make crossing the tracks safer.

Tarvit Street closed after attempted murder

Police in Edinburgh are appealing for witnesses following an attempted murder in the city centre.

£1 million road works deserted days into 6 month project

Workmen were nowhere to be seen days into 6 month £1 million water mains upgrade project in the capital

“Hypocritical” police condemned after van driver almost hits cyclist

Police Scotland have been accused of hypocrisy after footage showed one of the force’s vans race past a cyclist in wet weather with just inches to spare.

New camera to slow drivers down at accident hot-spot

A new speed camera has been installed in a Scottish town to slow drivers down and reduce collisions where speed was a contributory factor.