15 Publications

Monitoring and Evaluation 2019 Baseline Report - May 2022 - National Transport Strategy (NTS2)

8 Jun 2022

This report supports the monitoring and evaluation of the National Transport Strategy 2 (NTS2)

The Active Nation Commissioner’s Final Report

1 Jun 2022

Lee Craigie, Scotland’s Active Nation Commissioner, has concluded her appointment.

Draft Equality Impact Assessment - A route map to achieve a 20 per cent reduction in car kilometres by 2030

13 Jan 2022

Section 149 of the Equality Act 2010 sets out a ‘public sector equality duty’ focused around eliminating discrimination, advancing equality of opportunity and fostering good relations between people with specific ‘protected characteristics’ (i.e. demographic attributes), as defined in the Act

Draft Island Communities Impact Assessment - A route map to achieve a 20 per cent reduction in car kilometres by 2030

13 Jan 2022

Reducing car use for a healthier, fairer and greener Scotland

Draft Fairer Scotland Duty Assessment - A route map to achieve a 20 per cent reduction in car kilometres by 2030

13 Jan 2022

Reducing car use for a healthier, fairer and greener Scotland

A route map to achieve a 20 per cent reduction in car kilometres by 2030

13 Jan 2022

Developed by Transport Scotland in conjunction with COSLA, this sets out the suite of national-level policies that will be implemented to support car-use reduction in order to deliver a healthier, fairer and more prosperous Scotland

Transport Scotland Corporate Procurement Strategy 2021

5 Oct 2021

Transport Scotland, in line with the Procurement Reform (Scotland) Act 2014, has reported on its strategic direction of their procurement activity for 2021-2022 in support of the Scottish Government’s goals

Transport Scotland Corporate Plan 2020-21

20 Jan 2021

The Transport Scotland Corporate Plan 2020-21 sets out how we will support delivery of our national transport priorities.

Active Nation Commissioner Report

11 Nov 2020

The Commissioner’s report sets out her thoughts and impressions on her first eighteen months in the role, including the changing context of transport in the time of COVID-19 and her priorities and objectives for the remainder of her three year term.

Transport Scotland Corporate Procurement Strategy 2020

29 Oct 2020

Transport Scotland’s Procurement Strategy is aligned to its Corporate plan and sets out the strategic direction of Transport Scotland’s procurement activity for 2020.

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