Transport Scotland maintain, upgrade and monitor the trunk road network across Scotland.
The trunk road network in Scotland is overseen by Transport Scotland. We implement safety procedures and offer support during incidents. Our management of trunk roads also includes ongoing maintenance work, looking after bridges and other structures and putting landslide control measures in place.
Road Orders and Records of Determination
Road and Traffic Orders provide the statutory authority to improve and maintain Scotland’s trunk roads
We have strategies and projects in place to maintain the high quality of the country's trunk road network
Protect Our Workforce campaign
Taking a zero tolerance approach to the abuse of Scotland's roadworkers.
Scottish Safety Camera Programme
Contributing to Scotland’s road safety vision and road safety targets
Bridges and Structures
Ensuring that bridges maintain their structural integrity and monitoring structures on our trunk roads
We assess the impact of each road improvement scheme and compare conditions after the schemes have opened with predictions made during their design and development
Forth Bridges Special Project
Three iconic bridges, spanning three centuries, make the Firth of Forth between North and South Queensferry a unique location
Scottish Road Works Commissioner
The Scottish Road Works Commissioner (SRWC) is an independent public official whose role was established under section 16 of the Transport (Scotland) Act 2005
Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV)
The development and deployment of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles has the potential to bring transformative change to peoples’ lives.