This report highlights the key trends in transport and travel in Scotland for the first year of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This is the framework’s first Delivery Plan 2021-2022, which as a technical document, sets out 60 Deliverables being undertaken by Lead Delivery Partners.
The study analyses a range of scenarios including differing levels of zero-emission vehicle uptake and changes in travel behaviour to understand the magnitude and range of change required for Scotland to meet its climate change targets.
A summary of Scottish Household Survey findings relating to disabled people and transport
This bulletin presents provisional statistics of reported injury road accidents (i.e. road accidents reported to the police in which one or more people were killed or injured) in Scotland in 2020
Statement of Policy by Scottish Ministers in exercise of the power in section 26(1) of the Railways Act 1993
Scotland’s Road Safety Framework to 2030 confirms the Government’s commitment to achieving safer road travel in Scotland by having the best road safety performance in the world by 2030.
Research, evidence and recommendations on methods and approaches to help deliver inclusive design environments within town centres and busy street areas.
The report makes recommendations for road casualty targets and key performance indicators to help accurately monitor progress against the Road Safety Framework to 2030 outcomes
Action plan setting out detail on how we will make Scotland’s rail passenger services net greenhouse gas free by 2035.