51 Publications

Report on Public Electric Vehicle (EV) infrastructure in Scotland - Opportunities for Growth

21 Jul 2021

Transport Scotland and the Scottish Futures Trust have published a new report on public electric vehicle charging infrastructure.

Guidance Note on Archaeology and Trunk Roads

22 Mar 2021

This Guidance Note outlines procedures to be followed by Transport Scotland to ensure the efficient and cost-effective management of fieldwork for the mitigation of impacts on archaeology during the ongoing development of Scotland’s trunk road network.

Transport Scotland Corporate Plan 2020-21

20 Jan 2021

The Transport Scotland Corporate Plan 2020-21 sets out how we will support delivery of our national transport priorities.

A720 Sheriffhall - Public Transport & Active Travel Review Report

23 Dec 2020

A review of the proposed scheme to see whether further improvements to active travel and public transport facilities would be feasible

Active Nation Commissioner Report

11 Nov 2020

The Commissioner’s report sets out her thoughts and impressions on her first eighteen months in the role, including the changing context of transport in the time of COVID-19 and her priorities and objectives for the remainder of her three year term.

Carbon Account for Transport - No. 12: 2020 Edition

30 Sep 2020

Providing a balance sheet for Scotland's greenhouse gas emissions due to transport.

Cycling by Design

24 Aug 2020

Transport Scotland requires consultants and contractors working on trunk road projects to follow the guidance within Cycling by Design.

Scotland Low Emission Zone Consultation 2019-2020 Analysis Report

18 Aug 2020

The analysis of responses to Transport Scotland’s consultation 'Scotland’s Low Emission Zones: Consultation on Regulations and Guidance'.

Rail Services Decarbonisation Action Plan

28 Jul 2020

Action plan setting out detail on how we will make Scotland’s rail passenger services net greenhouse gas free by 2035.

Active Travel Framework

21 Feb 2020

The Active Travel Framework brings together the key policy approaches to improving the uptake of walking and cycling in Scotland for travel.

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