561 Publications

People Survey 2020

7 May 2021

Our annual staff survey results for 2020

Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) - A83 Access to Argyll and Bute

29 Apr 2021

Jacobs / AECOM was commissioned by Transport Scotland to undertake a Strategic Environmental Assessment for the A83 Access to Argyll and Bute project

Preliminary Engineering Services - DMRB Stage 1 Assessment - A83 Access to Argyll and Bute

29 Apr 2021

Design Manual for Roads and Bridges Stage 1 Assessment Report for the A83 Access to Argyll and Bute project

Salt Group situation report

27 Apr 2021

The latest Salt Group situation report

STAG Appraisal - Case for Change Report - March 2021 - A9 - North Kessock to Tore study

24 Mar 2021

Review of both current and future operations, taking account of potential and future developments within the surrounding area

Modern Apprentices Travel and Travel Costs

24 Mar 2021

Analysis of questions on travel and transport costs included in Skills Development Scotland's Modern Apprentices survey, undertaken in 2019, before the Covid-19 pandemic

Consultation report - March 2021 - A83 Access to Argyll and Bute

18 Mar 2021

A summary of feedback from the public consultation on 11 route corridor options in the region in Autumn 2020

Strategic Environmental Assessment Scoping Report - March 2021 - A83 Access to Argyll and Bute

18 Mar 2021

Gives information on the environmental topics that are to be included in the SEA and outlines the baseline data, relevant plans, policies and proposed methodology that will be used

Recommended Preferred Route Corridor and Possible Route Options - March 2021 - A83 Access to Argyll and Bute

18 Mar 2021

A preferred route corridor option has been recommended by the Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity - to progress with Route Corridor 1 through Glen Croe

Preliminary Assessment Report - March 2021 - A83 Access to Argyll and Bute

18 Mar 2021

Existing conditions within each of the 11 route corridors options previously identified and how feasible, affordable and publicly acceptable they would be to develop

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