Mode Of Transport
Scottish Transport Statistics 202214 Mar 2023
The publication provides a broad range of transport statistics including road vehicles, traffic, casualties, bus and rail passengers, road and rail freight, air and water transport and personal travel.
Summary report - Women's and girls' views and experiences of personal safety when using public transport7 Mar 2023
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
Women's and girls' views and experiences of personal safety when using public transport7 Mar 2023
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
Active Travel Strategies - guidance for completion24 Feb 2023
To support applicants in how best to complete an Active Travel Strategy.
A9 Dualling Programme: Pitlochry to Killiecrankie - Retrospective Natural Capital Assessment Summary19 Jan 2023
Active Travel Indicators Report - 2019 Baseline Report18 Nov 2022
This report presents baseline (2019) data on the indicators included in the Active Travel Framework.
Reported Road Casualties Scotland 202125 Oct 2022
Statistical tables and commentary on injury road accidents and casualties
Guidance - Environmental Impact Assessments for road projects15 Aug 2022
Advice on the key statutory requirements for Environmental Impact Assessments for road projects.
Guidance relating to the Traffic Signs Amendment (Scotland) Regulations and General Directions 2022 - August 20223 Aug 2022
Advice to traffic authorities and their contractors, designers and managing agents, on the amendments made by the Traffic Signs Amendment (Scotland) Regulations and General Directions 2022
Position statement - Wildlife signs on Scottish Roads - July 202221 Jul 2022
Position statement to inform managers, designers and stakeholders with an interest in the use of warning signs as a means of reducing the occurrences of wildlife casualties on Scotland’s roads