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  • Construction of AWPR/B-T Stonehaven Junction begins

    Published: Fri 27/May/2016

    Temporary traffic signals for B979 Netherley Road


    Following earlier preparatory work, the AWPR/B-T contractor will start the construction of the new Stonehaven Junction week commencing Monday 30 May 2016 with major earthworks scheduled  to begin between the A90 and the Dundee to Aberdeen railway line.

  • A96 Dualling Pressing Ahead

    Published: Fri 27/May/2016

    A96 Dualling Pressing Ahead - Multi-Million Design Contract Awarded
    Transport Scotland today announced the intention to award a contract worth up to £50 million, to carry out route option assessment and detailed design work for dualling the 29-mile western section of the A96 between Auldearn and Fochabers.

  • Local Communities Benefit From M8 M73 M74 Motorway Improvements Project

    Published: Thu 26/May/2016

    Communities continue to benefit from M8 M73 M74 Motorway Improvements Project

    Scottish Roads Partnership (SRP), the company responsible for delivering the £500m upgrade of the M8, M73 and M74 motorways on behalf of Transport Scotland, is celebrating its £15k Good Neighbour Fund with a £1,000 Summer Bonus.

  • A9 Dualling Non-Motorised User (NMU) Access Strategy

    Published: Fri 27/May/2016

    The aim of the NMU Access Strategy is to formalise Transport Scotland’s position on NMU access arrangements. It lays out an appropriate plan of action towards securing best outcomes for NMU  interests taking account of all relevant criteria.

    For the purposes of this strategy NMUs are considered to be all non‐motorised traffic, including pedestrians, cyclists and equestrians.

  • Annual Review 2015 - Supplementary Edition

    Published: Thu 12/May/2016

    This 2015 supplementary edition reports on some of our headline achievements over what was a historical year in transport

  • Strategic Road Safety Plan 2016

    Published: Wed 23/Mar/2016

    The Strategic Road Safety Plan sets out how Transport Scotland delivers road safety on the trunk road network. The first Strategic Road Safety Plan was published in 2007 and supported delivery of the Road Safety Framework. The current Framework has reached the mid-point of its 10 year period and has been reviewed in its own right. We have taken the opportunity to update the Road Safety Plan and to refocus our work on further reducing the numbers of accidents and casualties on the Trunk Road network.

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