9 Publications

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.

Active Nation Commissioner Report

11 Nov 2020

The Commissioner’s report sets out her thoughts and impressions on her first eighteen months in the role, including the changing context of transport in the time of COVID-19 and her priorities and objectives for the remainder of her three year term.

Rail Services Decarbonisation Action Plan

28 Jul 2020

Action plan setting out detail on how we will make Scotland’s rail passenger services net greenhouse gas free by 2035.

Building a greener railway

22 Jan 2020

This policy document sets out how measures including de-vegetation will be implemented while giving due consideration to the natural environment and to engagement with lineside neighbours.

Baseline Assessment Report - September 2019 - Aviemore to Carrbridge NMU Route Study

25 Sep 2019

This Baseline Assessment considers an NMU facility between the settlements of Aviemore and Carrbridge

Active Travel Task Force Report

6 Jun 2018

A result of oral and written evidence presented to the Task Force Members during 2017, the report makes recommendations on how to tackle barriers to delivering new, innovative and popular infrastructure which encourages walking and cycling

Transport Scotland Corporate Plan 2017–20

24 Nov 2017

The work that we'll be doing to set Scotland on the path to having a world-class and innovative transport network, building on our developing reputation for delivering truly transformational projects and programmes for the benefit of the economy and society

Cycling Action Plan for Scotland 2017-2020

17 Jan 2017

This third iteration of the Cycling Action Plan for Scotland is the most progressive, representing six years of shared work by partners and an unshakable commitment to the 2020 vision

A9 Dualling Non-Motorised User (NMU) Access Strategy

27 May 2016

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