33 Publications

Staff Survey 2018

10 Jan 2019

Our annual staff survey results for 2018

Scottish trunk road network - Asset management policy

1 Nov 2018

This Policy shows our direction in asset management to enable a service that delivers objectives, and demonstrates our commitment to continual improvement

Annual Report and Accounts for the Year Ended 31 March 2018

5 Oct 2018

The 2017-18 Annual Report and Accounts for Transport Scotland presents a review of the Agency’s performance during the year, together with the audited accounts for the year

Annual review 2017

11 Apr 2018

Reporting on our headline achievements over the past year and concluding a decade of sustained investment in our roads, rail and other modes of transport

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

Staff Survey 2017

16 Nov 2017

Our annual staff survey results for 2017

Annual Report and Accounts for the Year Ended 31 March 2017

26 Oct 2017

The 2016-17 Annual Report and Accounts for Transport Scotland presents a review of the Agency’s performance during the year, together with the audited accounts for the year

Annual Review 2016

30 Mar 2017

2016 Annual Review highlighting the year's activity on policies, projects and programmes to deliver £2.2bn of transport investment

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

Transport Scotland Procurement Strategy 2017-2020

30 Dec 2016

As an agency of the Scottish Government, Transport Scotland’s Procurement Strategy 2017–2020, aligned to its Corporate Plan, sets out the strategic direction for procurement activity for the next three years. The strategy supports the Scottish Government’s goals of increasing competitiveness and tackling inequality, ensuring that Transport Scotland makes the best use of public money and takes account of its legal obligations.

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