Action plan setting out detail on how we will make Scotland’s rail passenger services net greenhouse gas free by 2035.
Rationale for improvements to road, rail, public transport and active travel on key strategic corridors in the South West of Scotland
Travel demand forecasts from our Land-use and Transport models
Our new approach to planning and funding rail projects
The statement of funds available, or likely to be made available, to support rail activity in the rail control period from 2019-2024
The work that we'll be doing to set Scotland on the path to having a world-class and innovative transport network, building on our developing reputation for delivering truly transformational projects and programmes for the benefit of the economy and society
The early engagement consultation survey was carried out to shape the key themes of the National Transport Strategy review and inform wider engagement. It was launched in Dec 2016 and closed in Mar 2017. This analysis of responses was produced by Lucy Robertson of Craigforth for Transport Scotland.
This third iteration of the Cycling Action Plan for Scotland is the most progressive, representing six years of shared work by partners and an unshakable commitment to the 2020 vision
Transport Scotland is consulting on a range of issues towards the development of a high level strategy on rail freight in Scotland