Information on access across Scotland's transport network
Information on transport help covering buses, trains, cars and taxis, planes, wheelchairs and going to a health appointment.
Transport Scotland works in partnership with the Department for Transport (DfT) to improve access to Scotland’s rail network for everyone.
Information on the National Concessionary Travel Scheme, offering free bus travel throughout Scotland for everyone over age 60 and eligible people with a disability.
The blue badge scheme supports those with a disability to lead independent lives. The badge provides parking concessions for on-street parking, allowing badge holders to park close to where they need to go.
Transport Scotland is responsible for making Scotland’s trunk road network safer and accessible for all users.
We welcomed delegates from across Scotland and beyond to discuss accessibility and transport.
A fund aiming to improve door to door journeys across all modes of transport.
Aiming to improve the accessibility of ferries and ports and to enhance the ferry travelling experience of disabled people and others facing mobility or access challenges.
MACS provides advice on the planning and regulating of transport facilities to ensure that they are accessible for those with a disability.