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.
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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.
This paper provides guidance on the business case process within Transport Scotland as a scheme moves from Scottish Transport Appraisal Guidance (STAG )1 assessment to delivery
STAG Technical Database
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Civil Service People Survey 2015
Derek McKay, Minister for Transport and the Islands, recently announced an independent review of the Office and functions of the Scottish Road Works Commissioner, with recommendations to be made to the Scottish Ministers by end March 2016
Transport Scotland Electronic Purchasing Cards Expenditure £500 and Above Disclosures for the Financial Years 2013-14 And 2014-15Thu 22/Oct/2015
Transport Scotland currently review details of items of expenditure over £25,000 prior to publication on a monthly basis. However, in order to maintain consistency with core Scottish Government, and to comply with instructions from the Cabinet Secretary, the Agency has extended this exercise to include details, on an annual basis, of all Agency Electronic Purchasing transactions (formerly termed General Procurement transactions) with a value of £500 and above. In addition, the same information will be published retrospectively for the previous financial year.
Transport Scotland is consulting on a range of issues towards the development of a high level strategy on rail freight in Scotland.
Part 3 of the Public Services Reform (Scotland) Act 2010 imposes a duty on the Scottish Government and listed public bodies to publish information as soon as is reasonably practicable after the end of each financial year. This is intended to promote greater openness and transparency and should include a statement of any expenditure incurred during that financial year
Transport Scotland's Annual Report and Accounts for the year 2014-15