82 Publications

Skills for low carbon Heavy Duty Vehicles (HDVs)

19 Nov 2021

This study provides a solid evidence-base to understand the skills that will be required to support the transition to low carbon HDVs.

Report on Public Electric Vehicle (EV) infrastructure in Scotland - Opportunities for Growth

21 Jul 2021

Transport Scotland and the Scottish Futures Trust have published a new report on public electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

Coronavirus and Progress Toward Establishing Low Emission Zones

19 May 2021

Report on how progress has been impeded by coronavirus and focusing on the impact Low Emission Zones would have on the public health response to the pandemic.

People Survey 2020

7 May 2021

Our annual staff survey results for 2020

Public Services Reform (Scotland) Act 2010 - Disclosures for 2018-19 and 2019-20

28 Jan 2021

Public Services Reform (Scotland) Act 2010 disclosures for the financial years 2018-19 and 2019-20

LEZ regulations - Integrated Impact Assessment - 8 January 2021

25 Jan 2021

An Integrated Impact Assessment covering Equality Impact Assessment, Child Rights and Wellbeing Impact Assessment, and the Fairer Scotland Duty has been undertaken as part of the development of the LEZ regulations

Transport Scotland Annual Procurement Report 2020

25 Jan 2021

Transport Scotland's Annual Procurement Report 2020 sets out how we are increasing competitiveness, tackling inequality and providing value for money.

LEZ regulations - Data Protection Impact Assessment

25 Jan 2021

It is a requirement under the General Data Protection Regulation to complete a Data Protection Impact Assessment for all projects involving personal data and privacy

Transport Scotland Corporate Plan 2020-21

20 Jan 2021

The Transport Scotland Corporate Plan 2020-21 sets out how we will support delivery of our national transport priorities.

A720 Sheriffhall - Public Transport & Active Travel Review Report

23 Dec 2020

A review of the proposed scheme to see whether further improvements to active travel and public transport facilities would be feasible

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