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
This bulletin presents provisional statistics of reported injury road accidents (i.e. road accidents reported to the police in which one or more people were killed or injured) in Scotland in 2020
Research, evidence and recommendations on methods and approaches to help deliver inclusive design environments within town centres and busy street areas.
The report makes recommendations for road casualty targets and key performance indicators to help accurately monitor progress against the Road Safety Framework to 2030 outcomes
A review of the road safety theatre programme, delivered annually to primary/secondary schools and the wider community, across Scottish local authorities.
This research has the aim of reviewing the use of speed management measures on trunk roads in urban areas
This bulletin provides statistics on the proportion of vehicle occupants observed wearing seatbelts and drivers using mobile phones from a roadside observation survey commissioned jointly by Transport Scotland and the Department for Transport in 2017
The report considers the views of stakeholders and individuals who answered a series of questions on how we can tackle issues, such as pavement parking and double parking