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  • Pioneering Scheme Will See Schools Learn From A9 Investment

    Published: Fri 28/Aug/2015

    An exciting new educational initiative being launched today will give pupils in schools along the A9 between Perth and Inverness the opportunity to learn more about the massive engineering project, apply mathematical, scientific and design aspects of the scheme to their schoolwork, and secure future training and job opportunities.

  • Satisfaction with public transport increased from 71 per cent to 75 per cent in 2014

    Published: Wed 26/Aug/2015

    A National Statistics Publication for Scotland.


    Transport Scotland statisticians today released statistics on transport and travel in Scotland from the Scottish Household Survey 2014

  • Pupils getting Smarter en route to school

    Published: Mon 24/Aug/2015

    Secondary school pupils in Oban are set to get smarter with a new ticket scheme delivered by Transport Scotland in partnership with the local authority and West Coast Motors.

  • Transport and Travel in Scotland 2014

    Published: Wed 26/Aug/2015

    This bulletin provides the results of the Transport and Travel related questions asked in the Scottish Household Survey (including the travel diary) and uses data from a range of sources to provide context. The survey and travel diary had around 9,800 respondents in 2014.

  • Transport Scotland Section 70 Report for the financial year 2014-15

    Published: Fri 21/Aug/2015

    Ministers are required to report to Parliament on the expenditure incurred each year under section 70 of the Transport Scotland Act 2001. The information which follows has been extracted from the Scottish Government’s finance system. As the finance system is maintained on an accruals basis the figures shown here reflect the actual payments made in the year, less any sums accrued from the previous financial year, plus any sums accrued at the end of the financial year. This basis is consistent with the basis on which the Scottish Government is required to present its financial statements.

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

    Published: Fri 31/Jul/2015

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