168 Publications

Scottish Safety Camera Programme - Annual Progress Report 2016/17

19 Oct 2017

This report centres on the performance management arrangements, as set out in the Programme Handbook, including quarterly performance reporting and Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

Quarterly newsletter No. 8 - 2017 - AWPR

10 Oct 2017

A quarterly newsletter will be available via local libraries throughout the north east

Annual report on Local Authorities’ functions: 2016-17 - Disabled Persons’ Parking Places (Scotland) Act 2009

27 Sep 2017

The Disabled Persons’ Parking Places (Scotland) Act 2009 places a duty on local authorities and the Scottish Ministers to publish annual performance reports

Consultation on Free Bus Travel for Older and Disabled People and Modern Apprentices

25 Aug 2017

The Consultation looks at options to ensure the longer term sustainability of the concessionary travel scheme

Evaluation of Road Safety Scotland’s Learning Resources

26 Jul 2017

This report sets out the findings from a collective evaluation of Road Safety Scotland's learning resources, and includes recommendations for future promotion

Public exhibition summary report - November 2016 - Tomatin to Moy - A9 Dualling

25 Jul 2017

This report summarises the scope of the event and the reactions and comments of those who attended

Quarterly newsletter No. 7 - 2017 - AWPR

28 Jun 2017

A quarterly newsletter will be available via local libraries throughout the north east

Forward look - July 2017 - Forth Replacement Crossing

27 Jun 2017

We publish a rolling three-month programme of key construction activities across the main contracts on the Forth Replacement Crossing project

Environmental Baseline Report - June 2017 - A9 Pass of Birnam to Tay Crossing

26 Jun 2017

The environmental baseline conditions for the A9 Dualling - Pass of Birnam to Tay Crossing

Sustainability Strategy - November 2016 - A96 Dualling

19 Jun 2017

Sustainability objectives have been developed to reflect the existing A96 Dualling Programme objectives, the needs of the A96 corridor and its communities, and the opportunities offered by a programme of this scale

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