177 Publications

Scottish Trunk Road Infrastructure Project Evaluation 3YA evaluation report for A9(T) Helmsdale Phase 2

13 Jun 2017

Three years after opening evaluation report of the A9(T) Helmsdale to Ord of Caithness Improvements Phase 2

Scottish Trunk Road Infrastructure Project Evaluation 3YA evaluation report for A9(T) Bankfoot

13 Jun 2017

Three years after opening evaluation report of the A9(T) Bankfoot Improvement

Scottish Trunk Road Infrastructure Project Evaluation 3YA evaluation report for A9(T) Ballinluig Junction Improvement

13 Jun 2017

Three years after opening evaluation report of the A9(T) Ballinluig Junction Improvement

Scottish Trunk Road Infrastructure Project Evaluation 3YA evaluation report for A7(T) Auchenrivock

13 Jun 2017

Three years after opening evaluation report of the A7(T) Auchenrivock improvement

DMRB Stage 2 Assessment Report - A720 Sheriffhall Roundabout

6 Jun 2017

The Stage 2 assessment is now complete and has identified that Option B is the preferred option

Forward look - June 2017 - Forth Replacement Crossing

2 Jun 2017

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

The Value of the Trunk Road Network to Society and the Economy in Scotland

13 Mar 2017

This report contains the results of new research that estimates the economic and societal contribution made by Scotland’s Trunk Road Network

Traffic Monitoring Annual Report - 2015/16 - Forth Replacement Crossing

8 Mar 2017

The aim of this report is to present the traffic data collected throughout the monitoring period, to allow for key changes and trends to be identified

Skid Resistance of Locally Sourced Aggregate

20 Feb 2017

Study to establish a methodology to determine the in-service properties (skid-resistance) of locally sourced aggregate, thereby allowing the road maintenance community access to additional sources of materials from local Scottish quarries.

Cycling Action Plan for Scotland 2017-2020

17 Jan 2017

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

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