Low cost air quality technologies monitored air quality adjacent to the A985 near to the town of Kincardine during the Forth Road Bridge closure. This report determines whether indicative air quality emissions increased as a result of the change in traffic composition on the A985 diversion route. The report concludes that there was no significant increase in levels of NO2 or PM2.5 concentrations at the Longannet Roundabout for the period of the FRB closure.
A comprehensive strategy and a suite of actions to realise our ambitious vision of freeing Scotland’s towns, cities and communities from the damaging emissions of petrol and diesel-fuelled vehicles by 2050
The sixth edition of the Carbon Account for Transport provides the annual detailed update on Scotland’s transport emissions performance up to 2012, and likely impact of new infrastructure projects on future emissions
To support those responsible for the procurement of road transport vehicles on behalf of public sector organisations in Scotland
Prepared by Atkins, Ernst & Young and Transport Scotland, this is a redacted version (with commercially confidential information redacted) suitable for publication
Providing more detail about the transformation of the Caledonian Sleeper service