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Our Carbon Management Plan sets our new corporate carbon emission baseline along with associated targets and projects until 2019/20, where the goal is to reduce emissions within our sphere of influence.
Transport Scotlands annual staff survey results for 2016.
The Roadmap set out a comprehensive strategy and a suite of actions to realise our ambitious vision of freeing Scotland’s towns, cities and communities from the damaging emissions of petrol and diesel-fuelled vehicles by 2050.
In 2015, the Scottish Government undertook a review of how its policies relating to active travel are implemented. This concluded that the Scottish Government’s ambition for increased levels of walking and cycling is recognised by and shared across various policy areas but that there are potential weaknesses in policy delivery. It recommended that “it would be useful to explore whether [effective] collaboration and consistency is shown at the delivery stage”; this research results from that recommendation.
This report captures a snapshot of our biodiversity actions since 2012.
This work is a commercial assurance review, focused on assessing the level of control exercised by NR for each project across the portfolio
Reported Road Casualties Scotland 2015
Ministers are required to report to Parliament on the expenditure incurred each year under section 70 of the Transport Scotland Act 2001.
Transport Scotland Section 70 report for financial year 2015-16
Transport and Travel in Scotland 2015 - 27 September 2016
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Following a commitment made in May 2016 by the Deputy First Minister John Swinney to hold a ‘Transport summit’ in the South West within the first 100 days of a new Scottish Government, a summit took place on 22 August in Dumfries.