The Steering Group brings together the Scottish Government, Argyll and Bute Council, Inverclyde Council and the Dunoon Gourock Ferry Action Group
The main objective of this paper is to develop a strategy for NMUs, by outlining high level principles and a hierarchy of provision considering potential usage and type
Formalising Transport Scotland’s position in relation to NMU access arrangements
Transport Scotland commissioned consultants Vector Research with JMP Consultants to undertake monitoring and evaluation of the pilot ferry service
The aim of the evaluation was to use the monitoring data and the views of users and stakeholders to learn lessons from the pilot by gathering feedback on a number of specific research questions
The Vessel Replacement and Deployment Plan (VRDP) is intended to complement the Ferries Plan by considering historical and projected customer demand and the on-going provision of capacity to meet that demand.
Ministers are required to report to Parliament on the expenditure incurred each year under section 70 of the Transport Scotland Act 2001
Transport Scotland committed to undertake a comprehensive review of freight fares policy and develop options for future fares strategies