56 Publications

Collaborative Sensor Rotation Programme: Kincardine – Forth Road Bridge Closure

23 Dec 2016

Low cost air quality technologies monitored air quality adjacent to the A985 near to the town of Kincardine during the Forth Road Bridge closure. This report determines whether indicative air quality emissions increased as a result of the change in traffic composition on the A985 diversion route. The report concludes that there was no significant increase in levels of NO2 or PM2.5 concentrations at the Longannet Roundabout for the period of the FRB closure.

Carbon Management Plan 3rd Edition

17 Nov 2016

Our Carbon Management Plan sets our new corporate carbon emission baseline along with associated targets and projects until 2019/20, where the goal is to reduce emissions within our sphere of influence

Switched on Scotland: A roadmap to widespread adoption of plug in vehicles - Review

7 Nov 2016

A comprehensive strategy and a suite of actions to realise our ambitious vision of freeing Scotland’s towns, cities and communities from the damaging emissions of petrol and diesel-fuelled vehicles by 2050

Biodiversity Reporting Duty 2011–2014

28 Oct 2016

A snapshot of our biodiversity actions since 2012

Bus Service Registration Procedures - Developing best practice guidance

14 Mar 2016

This report sets out the research we have undertaken and its findings, before going on to describe what constitutes 'good practice guidance'

Changes to Bus Registration in Scotland: Analysis of Responses and Next Steps

31 Jul 2015

This paper summarises the responses to the consultation on changes to bus registration in Scotland and outlines how Transport Scotland intends to proceed in the light of them

Research Into the Social and Economic Benefits of Community Transport in Scotland

31 Mar 2015

Transport Scotland commissioned this research study designed to identify the economic, social and health benefits generated by community transport in Scotland

Good Practice Guide on 20mph Speed Restrictions

24 Jun 2016

By reducing speed on our roads we can create streets where the space is shared more equally between different road users and create a safer environment, encouraging people to make active travel choices

Carbon Account for Transport No. 6: 2014 Edition

18 Dec 2014

The sixth edition of the Carbon Account for Transport provides the annual detailed update on Scotland’s transport emissions performance up to 2012, and likely impact of new infrastructure projects on future emissions

Scottish Government’s long term vision for Active Travel in Scotland

26 Nov 2014

The Scottish Government’s long term vision for active travel in Scotland to 2030 aims to encourage more people to walk and cycle for everyday shorter journeys

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