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Ambitious Cycling Action Plan for Scotland (CAPS) is unveiled.

Published: 17 Jan 2017

Transport Scotland has launched a refresh of the document that will outline how the Scottish Government, local authorities and all partners can help to achieve the challenging shared vision for cycling, in response to stakeholders’ calls for action.

Don’t miss the bus

Published: 8 Dec 2016

Check if your bus pass needs to be upgraded before Christmas

Latest grant funding awarded to make Scotland’s bus fleet greener

Published: 4 Oct 2016

Three key operators will add 46 low carbon emission buses

Dunbar Pupils going places with smarter Eve Coaches

Published: 20 Jan 2016

School pupils in East Lothian will be going places even smarter thanks to a new offering from local bus operator, Eve Coaches

Transport Minister has designs on continental cycling projects

Published: 12 Nov 2015

“The nation’s cycling infrastructure is in line for a real boost with a new Scottish Government competition designed to encourage more people to cycle for short journeys” Transport Minister Derek Mackay said in Edinburgh today (Thursday 12 November).

New cycling project is simply FABB

Published: 29 Sep 2015

Cyclists of all abilities are being offered an opportunity to get their first taste of independent mobility thanks to a new project launched by Transport Minister Derek Mackay in Edinburgh today.

Satisfaction with public transport increased from 71 per cent to 75 per cent in 2014

Published: 26 Aug 2015

A National Statistics Publication for Scotland. Transport Scotland statisticians today released statistics on transport and travel in Scotland from the Scottish Household Survey 2014.

Work on the Great Glen Cycle route a stage closer

Published: 19 Aug 2014

Following a tender process for the Great Glen Cycle route, RJ McLeod Ltd, has emerged as the successful tenderer.

Satisfaction with public transport at 71 per cent

Published: 13 Aug 2014

A National Statistics Publication for Scotland

Road and station opening signals improved public transport for Gleneagles

Published: 26 Jun 2014

“A £7.4 million investment in road and rail infrastructure around Gleneagles will deliver a lasting transport legacy for local communities,” said Transport Minister Keith Brown during a visit to the Auchterarder area today.

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