70 Publications

Certification of dedicated gas buses as Low Carbon Emission Bus Guidance for bus manufacturers

10 May 2017

Guidance for Bus Manufacturers related to the Scottish Green Bus Fund

Decriminalised Parking Enforcement – Guide for Local Authorities

27 Apr 2017

Decriminalised Parking Enforcement (DPE) is a regime which enables a local authority to administer its own parking penalties, including the issuing of Penalty Charge Notices (PCNs) to vehicles.

The Value of the Trunk Road Network to Society and the Economy in Scotland

13 Mar 2017

This report contains the results of new research that estimates the economic and societal contribution made by Scotland’s Trunk Road Network

Approved Non-Prescribed Traffic Signs databases

9 Feb 2017

The following documents contain information on previously authorised Non-Prescribed signs (NPs) and the application process

How Scotland’s Transport Network Supports the Growth Sectors

10 Nov 2016

Transport Scotland commissioned research to investigate how the Growth Sectors use the transport network. This summary report presents the findings of 26 interviews with leading industry and transport organisations, and four in-depth company case studies from companies in the food and drink sector

Evaluation of Road Safety Scotland’s Early Years Resource June 2016

28 Jun 2016

Launched in 2010, Go Safe with Ziggy is Scotland’s main road safety programme for children in their early years

Trunk Road and Motorway Tourist Signposting Guidance

15 Mar 2016

For tourist attractions and tourist facilities

Evaluation of Scottish Road Safety Week Pilot

25 Feb 2016

This report presents the findings of an evaluation to assess the possible impact the pilot might have had in realising the aims of SRSW and to provide evidence to help inform whether there may be value in developing SRSW as a regular initiative to support the co-ordination and delivery of road safety themed activity across Scotland’s delivery partnerships

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

Evaluation of Laurencekirk Railway Station

19 May 2015

A study to undertake an evaluation of the impact of the railway station

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