147 Publications

Rail Franchise performance meeting minutes - 25 May 2017

8 Jun 2017

Regular meetings are held with Abellio ScotRail to discuss franchise performance and the minutes of these meetings are published

National Transport Strategy Early Engagement Consultation Survey

1 Jun 2017

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.

Rail Franchise performance meeting minutes - 27 April 2017

10 May 2017

Regular meetings are held with Abellio ScotRail to discuss franchise performance and the minutes of these meetings are published

SQUIRE Q4 2016-17 percentage performance figures

5 May 2017

SQUIRE reports provide a general overview of rail performance for the year

SQUIRE all trains report - 5 May 2017

5 May 2017

SQUIRE reports provide a general overview of rail performance for the year

SQUIRE all stations report - 5 May 2017

5 May 2017

SQUIRE reports provide a general overview of rail performance for the year

Rail Franchise performance meeting minutes - 5 April 2017

19 Apr 2017

Regular meetings are held with Abellio ScotRail to discuss franchise performance and the minutes of these meetings are published

ScotRail’s Top 10 Busiest Trains - March 2017

30 Mar 2017

The information being released on ScotRail’s ten busiest services is based on passenger carrying capacity and ‘snapshot’ manual passenger count information provided by ScotRail for all of its services, as part of its franchise obligation

Rail Franchise performance meeting minutes - 2 March 2017

2 Mar 2017

Regular meetings are held with Abellio ScotRail to discuss franchise performance and the minutes of these meetings are published

Delivering Your Goods - Benefits of using Rail Freight

27 Feb 2017

An introduction to using rail freight aimed at companies and public sector organisations who may be unfamiliar with rail’s capabilities, but who could benefit from the resilience of a rail alternative for their supply chain

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