43 Publications

Transport Scotland Section 70 return - 2015-16

3 Oct 2016

Ministers are required to report to Parliament on the expenditure incurred each year under section 70 of the Transport Scotland Act 2001

A96 Dualling Inverness to Aberdeen Preliminary Engineering Services - Non-Motorised User Strategy

13 Jun 2016

The main objective of this paper is to develop a strategy for NMUs, by outlining high level principles and a hierarchy of provision considering potential usage and type

A9 Dualling Non-Motorised User (NMU) Access Strategy

27 May 2016

Formalising Transport Scotland’s position in relation to NMU access arrangements

Monitoring & Evaluation Report - Campbeltown to Ardrossan Pilot Ferry Service

18 Mar 2016

Transport Scotland commissioned consultants Vector Research with JMP Consultants to undertake monitoring and evaluation of the pilot ferry service

Process Evaluation - Mallaig to Lochboisdale (Winter) Pilot Ferry Service

18 Mar 2016

The aim of the evaluation was to use the monitoring data and the views of users and stakeholders to learn lessons from the pilot by gathering feedback on a number of specific research questions

Evaluation Of The Impact Of Ret On Colonsay Gigha And Islay

29 Feb 2016

Vessel Replacement and Deployment Plan 2014 report

2 Oct 2015

The Vessel Replacement and Deployment Plan (VRDP) is intended to complement the Ferries Plan by considering historical and projected customer demand and the on-going provision of capacity to meet that demand.

Transport Scotland Section 70 return - 2014-15

21 Aug 2015

Ministers are required to report to Parliament on the expenditure incurred each year under section 70 of the Transport Scotland Act 2001

Clyde and Hebrides Ferry Services - Contract tender documentation

17 Feb 2015

A competition that will see a contract awarded at the end of May 2016 for the provision of the services from October 2016

Gourock-Dunoon Ferry Service: Feasibility Study - Technical notes

9 Sep 2014

These technical notes were work-in-progress and presented initial analysis which was subsequently revised in the light of new information and comments received

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