128 Publications

High Speed Scotland Summary Report

21 Mar 2016

The appraisal assesses the proposal for a direct Glasgow to Edinburgh high speed rail link which emerged from initial feasibility work carried out by Transport Scotland when considering potential options for linking Scotland to the high speed network being developed by HS2 Ltd

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

What is the economic contribution of rail in Scotland?

14 Mar 2016

The rail sector has an important role in providing employment and ensuring long-term benefits to the Scottish economy

Borders Railway Secondary Data Baseline Report

2 Mar 2016

The purpose of this report is to set out details of the potential secondary data which can be used to inform the baseline and subsequent evaluation

Borders Railway Baseline Study - Final Report

2 Mar 2016

An overall assessment of travel behaviour patterns and the socio economic characteristics of the area prior to the reopening of the line

Evaluation Of The Impact Of Ret On Colonsay Gigha And Islay

29 Feb 2016

SQUIRE Q3 2015-16 percentage performance figures

5 Feb 2016

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

SQUIRE Q2 2015-16 percentage performance figures

6 Nov 2015

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

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.

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