10 Publications

Research and Analysis of Options for Ferry Freight Fares

16 Mar 2017

Transport Scotland committed to undertake a comprehensive review of freight fares policy and develop options for future fares strategies

Review of Active Travel Policy Implementation

2 Nov 2016

How can implementation of Scottish Government policies deliver higher levels of active travel?

Research Support for the 2015 Transport Accessibility Summit

2 Jul 2015

The Transport Accessibility Summit held in Edinburgh in March 2015 provided an opportunity for transport service providers and central and local government policy colleagues to find out directly from disabled people how accessibility issues affected them

Guidance for the evaluation of rail projects

19 May 2015

Transport Scotland has developed rail evaluation guidance. This will help assess the extent to which investments in rail projects in Scotland have been a good use of public money, including whether their transport planning objectives have been met

Road Accident Data Collection Form Design Research Project

14 May 2015

Transport Research Laboratory were commissioned by Transport Scotland to review the currently used versions of the STATS19 form by the legacy police forces in Scotland and produce a new form that incorporates recommendations for improvement that could be potentially rolled out nationally to help improve the quality of the personal injury road accident data collected in Scotland

Research Into the Social and Economic Benefits of Community Transport in Scotland

31 Mar 2015

Transport Scotland commissioned this research study designed to identify the economic, social and health benefits generated by community transport in Scotland

Social Research Handbook for Contractors

25 Jan 2014

The framework for engagement between Transport Scotland and contractors engaged in social research

Concessionary Travel: Customer Feedback Research - Year One Report

28 Jun 2013

Research Resource and ODS Consulting were commissioned by Transport Scotland to undertake customer research into the Concessionary Travel Card Scheme. The research involved a large scale telephone survey and a series of focus groups with people who had a range of different needs.

The Effects of Park and Ride Supply and Pricing on Public Transport Demand

21 Dec 2012

Arup, with Accent and the Institute for Transport Studies at the University of Leeds were jointly appointed by Transport Scotland to explore the effect of park and ride parking supply and pricing on public transport demand

Feasibility Study: Enhanced Rail Services between Edinburgh and Newcastle

15 Sep 2011

An analysis of a range of potential enhancements to train services on the East Coast Main Line between Edinburgh and Newcastle