262 Publications

SQUIRE all trains report - 4 May 2018

4 May 2018

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

SQUIRE all stations report - 4 May 2018

4 May 2018

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

SQUIRE Q4 2017-18 percentage performance figures

4 May 2018

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

Final report - Appraisal of options for specification of 2018 Northern Isles ferry services

25 Apr 2018

A comprehensive transport appraisal, in line with the Scottish Transport Appraisal Guidance, which involves exploring and assessing potential options for the specification of the next Northern Isles Ferry Services contract

LEAN Construction in the Road Maintenance Sector (1)

5 Apr 2018

Embed lean construction philosophy within the public road maintenance industry, through three separate but linked improvement projects involving staff from Aberdeenshire Council, Dumfries and Galloway Council and Transport Scotland.

Quarterly newsletter No. 9 - 2018 - AWPR

28 Mar 2018

A quarterly newsletter will be available via local libraries throughout the north east

Rail Enhancements & Capital Investment Strategy

19 Mar 2018

Our new approach to planning and funding rail projects

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

SRRB – Final Assessment of Geometric Layout of Type A Lay-bys

1 Mar 2018

The purpose of this study is to investigate the implications related to changing the geometry, in particular the layout on both the merge and diverge tapers as a result of increasing the segregation island width. The findings should provide benefit not just for the A9 Dualling project, but for lay-by designs on the whole trunk road network.

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