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Queensferry Crossing picks up pace

Published: 30-12-2013

Forth Crossing highlights and milestones from 2013.

Minister announces significant funding for bus projects

Published: 30-12-2013

Transport Minister Keith Brown today announced £4.2 m worth of funding to be allocated to bus projects across Scotland over the next three years.

Keith Brown and the AWPR - look ahead to 2014

Published: 30-12-2013


Published: 29-12-2013

Plans to introduce further electric vehicle rapid charging infrastructure have been welcomed

Published: 27-12-2013

Members of the E-cosse Electric Vehicle Partnership today gathered in support of plans to expand the rapid charging network in Scotland.

Early Christmas present for M8 users

Published: 26-12-2013

Keith Brown has provided an update for users of the M8 with news that construction of a £415m scheme to improve the central Scotland motorway network is expected to get under way very soon.

Gales forecast for Scotland - plan ahead for travel

Published: 23-12-2013

The Met Office has issued an Amber “be prepared” warning for strong winds across the Inner and Outer Hebrides, the North West Highlands, Argyll and Bute and the Northern Isles for Christmas Eve (Tuesday).

Check Before You Go. Better travel information available for Festive Getaway

Published: 20-12-2013

As the Christmas getaway gets into full swing, Transport Scotland and Traffic Scotland are gearing up to provide people with the most accurate and up to the minute travel information to keep them mobile.

Strong winds forecast in North West

Published: 18-12-2013

The Met Office has issued an Amber “be prepared” warning for strong winds across the North West Highlands, the Western Isles, and the westernmost fringes of Strathclyde for later tonight and into tomorrow (Thursday) morning.

Consultation to begin on lower speed limits in towns and villages to improve safety

Published: 16-12-2013

Five communities across Scotland are to benefit from proposals to deliver 20 mph speed limits zones in their towns and villages in a bid to improve safety on trunk roads.

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