Students in the frame for Borders artwork

Published: 09-06-2014

Scotland’s fashion designers of the future are being given the opportunity of a lifetime to help mark the opening of the Borders Railway.

Green travel boost

Published: 09-06-2014

A £15million funding package will see a fleet of electric cars, new cycling infrastructure and a role out of the Smarter Choices, Smarter Places Programme introduced throughout Scotland over the next two years.

Get social with Traffic Scotland – new campaign shares travel news with friends and family

Published: 06-06-2014

With thousands of extra journeys expected during the Commonwealth Games, the Traffic Scotland service is aiming to boost its followers with a new ‘Refer a Friend’ Twitter campaign.

Ground Investigation contract award for A9 Dualling scheme

Published: 03-06-2014

Transport Scotland has today awarded a contract, worth close to a million pounds, to Raeburn Drilling & Geotechnical Ltd.

Successful tenderers announced for new road contracts

Published: 02-06-2014

The tendering process for the new fourth generation road maintenance contracts for the North East and South East of Scotland has concluded with BEAR Scotland continuing with the maintenance of trunk roads in the NE and Amey proposed to take over in the SE.

Inverness show for A9/A96 junction options and new link road

Published: 29-05-2014

Transport Scotland is to set out a range of options to help tackle congestion, improve accessibility and support future planned development along the A96.

A82 Tarbet to Inverarnan preferred route chosen

Published: 29-05-2014

A route following the existing 17 km section of the A82 between Tarbet and Inverarnan has been identified as the preferred route for any future upgrade work.

Early finish for £10.6m road safety scheme

Published: 28-05-2014

Transport Minister, Keith Brown has announced that the £10.6 million A77 Symington and Bogend Toll Improvements project has been completed early and on budget.


Published: 28-05-2014

A fleet of brand new Sleeper trains will bring benefits for businesses the length and breadth of Scotland.

RET roll out for Clyde and West Coast ferry routes

Published: 27-05-2014

Road Equivalent Tariff (RET) will be rolled out to all of the remaining ferry routes in the Clyde and Hebrides Ferry Services (CHFS) network in October 2015, Transport Minister Keith Brown has announced.

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