8 Publications

Decarbonising the Scottish transport sector

23 Sep 2021

The study analyses a range of scenarios including differing levels of zero-emission vehicle uptake and changes in travel behaviour to understand the magnitude and range of change required for Scotland to meet its climate change targets.

Guidance Note on Archaeology and Trunk Roads

22 Mar 2021

This Guidance Note outlines procedures to be followed by Transport Scotland to ensure the efficient and cost-effective management of fieldwork for the mitigation of impacts on archaeology during the ongoing development of Scotland’s trunk road network.

Improving Parking in Scotland - Consultation Analysis Report

21 May 2018

The report considers the views of stakeholders and individuals who answered a series of questions on how we can tackle issues, such as pavement parking and double parking

Analysis of Responses from the Consultation - March 2018 - Raising Standards and Improving the Quality of Road Works in Scotland

16 Mar 2018

This report summarises the responses received to the Consultation on Raising Standards and Improving the Quality of Road Works in Scotland

Bus Services in Scotland - Improving the Framework for Delivery - Analysis of Responses to the Consultation

9 Mar 2018

This report analyses and summarises responses that were received through a Scottish Government consultation on the shape of the regulatory framework for bus services in Scotland

Certification of dedicated gas buses as Low Carbon Emission Bus Guidance for bus manufacturers

10 May 2017

Guidance for Bus Manufacturers related to the Scottish Green Bus Fund

Good Practice Guide on 20mph Speed Restrictions

24 Jun 2016

By reducing speed on our roads we can create streets where the space is shared more equally between different road users and create a safer environment, encouraging people to make active travel choices

Carbon Account for Transport No. 6: 2014 Edition

18 Dec 2014

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