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  • Maintenance work to be stepped up on the A82 Tarbet to Inverarnan

    Published: Mon 08/Feb/2016

    A programme of tree and drainage clearance and the removal of loose rocks from the verge of the A82 is part of a major programme of enhanced maintenance works costing around £140,000 due to start next Monday on the route between Tarbet and Inverarnan.

  • HGV trial to start on Forth Road Bridge

    Published: Thu 04/Feb/2016

    Limited night time access for HGVs to begin this week

  • Ardrossan Harbour Taskforce formed

    Published: Wed 03/Feb/2016

    First meeting to look at future-proofing the facility

    The first meeting of the Ardrossan Harbour Taskforce has been convened by Minister for Transport and Islands, Derek Mackay.

  • Blue Badge Scheme Equality Impact Assessment

    Published: Mon 08/Feb/2016

    The Scottish Government undertook an EQIA as part of the process to develop policy on extending eligibility, via an application to the local authority, to people who have cognitive impairments who have no awareness of danger from traffic and are likely to compromise their safety, or the safety of others as result.

  • Road Asset Management Plan for Scottish Trunk Roads, January 2016

    Published: Mon 25/Jan/2016

    ISBN 978 1 909948 59 4

  • National Transport Strategy (NTS)

    Published: Thu 21/Jan/2016

    In late April 2015 Derek McKay MSP, Minister for Transport and the Islands, announced a refresh of Scotland’s NTS, in partnership with CoSLA. This publication represents the result of the refresh exercise and supersedes the previous NTS, dated 2006. It recommends a fuller review of the NTS in the next Scottish Parliamentary term. 

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