The report present analysis from an independent qualitative research project to explore women’s and girls’ views and experiences of personal safety when using public transport in Scotland
Summary report from the independent qualitative research project to explore women’s and girls’ views and experiences of personal safety when using public transport in Scotland
Summarises the findings from the baseline study before the opening of the new rail station at Reston
Summarises the findings from the baseline study before the implementation of the Young Persons Free Bus Travel Scheme in January 2022
This report highlights the key trends in transport and travel in Scotland for the first year of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
The study analyses a range of scenarios including differing levels of zero-emission vehicle uptake and changes in travel behaviour to understand the magnitude and range of change required for Scotland to meet its climate change targets.
A summary of Scottish Household Survey findings relating to disabled people and transport
Research, evidence and recommendations on methods and approaches to help deliver inclusive design environments within town centres and busy street areas.
The primary aim of this research is to build upon the results of the Stage 1 Evaluation (completed in 2016) and further develop understanding of the extent to which the Borders Railway is on track to meet its Investment Objectives
The aim of this research was to complete a repeat of the Stage 1 Evaluation two years after the re-opening of the Borders Railway