17 Publications

Annual report on Local Authorities’ functions: 2017-18 - Disabled Persons’ Parking Places (Scotland) Act 2009

2 Oct 2018

The Disabled Persons’ Parking Places (Scotland) Act 2009 places a duty on local authorities and the Scottish Ministers to publish annual performance reports

Active Travel Task Force Report

6 Jun 2018

A result of oral and written evidence presented to the Task Force Members during 2017, the report makes recommendations on how to tackle barriers to delivering new, innovative and popular infrastructure which encourages walking and cycling

Improving Parking in Scotland - Consultation Analysis Report

21 May 2018

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

Transport Scotland Corporate Plan 2017–20

24 Nov 2017

The work that we'll be doing to set Scotland on the path to having a world-class and innovative transport network, building on our developing reputation for delivering truly transformational projects and programmes for the benefit of the economy and society

Annual report on Local Authorities’ functions: 2016-17 - Disabled Persons’ Parking Places (Scotland) Act 2009

27 Sep 2017

The Disabled Persons’ Parking Places (Scotland) Act 2009 places a duty on local authorities and the Scottish Ministers to publish annual performance reports

Consultation on Free Bus Travel for Older and Disabled People and Modern Apprentices

25 Aug 2017

The Consultation looks at options to ensure the longer term sustainability of the concessionary travel scheme

Review of Active Travel Policy Implementation

2 Nov 2016

How can implementation of Scottish Government policies deliver higher levels of active travel?

How to get a bus pass if you have a learning disability

8 Sep 2016

Our guide on how to get a bus pass if you have a learning disability

A9 Dualling Non-Motorised User (NMU) Access Strategy

27 May 2016

Formalising Transport Scotland’s position in relation to NMU access arrangements

Transport Accessibility Summit 2015 Online Survey Results Summary

8 Jul 2015

The Transport Accessibility Summit held in Edinburgh in March 2015 provided an opportunity for transport service providers and central and local government policy colleagues to find out directly from disabled people how accessibility issues affected them. Transport Scotland commissioned Research Scotland to produce a report of the findings of the day. An on-line survey was also carried out by the Scottish Disability Equality Forum to get the views of disabled people who were unable to attend the summit. The survey summary sets out the main priorities identified

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