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  • Argyll and Bute remains open for business

    Published: Fri 31/Oct/2014

    Several thousand vehicles have made use of the Old Military Road (OMR) diversion route as the clear-up from the recent landslide at the Rest and Be Thankful continues

  • Weather conditions improve

    Published: Tue 28/Oct/2014

    Weather conditions are improving and the Met Office warnings, that have been in place, have now expired.

  • Minister launches Legacy Active Travel Programme

    Published: Tue 28/Oct/2014

    The new Legacy 2014 Active Travel Programme has today been revealed alongside the first Commonwealth Games commemorative cycle stand

  • Guidance on the implementation of The Cleaner Road Transport Vehicles (Scotland) Regulations 2010 SSI 2010/390

    Published: Thu 23/Oct/2014

    The purpose of this guidance document is to support those responsible for the procurement of road transport vehicles on behalf of public sector organisations in Scotland.

  • Estimate of The Impact on Emissions of a Reduction in Air Passenger Duty in Scotland

    Published: Wed 22/Oct/2014

    This analysis fulfils the commitment made in Parliament by the Scottish Government to publish an estimate of the impact a 50% reduction in APD would have on emissions. The paper presents the results alongside the data sources and methodology used to generate the estimate.

  • Reported Road Casualties Scotland 2013

    Published: Wed 22/Oct/2014

    This publication presents detailed statistics about the circumstances of personal injury road accidents in Scotland that were reported by the police using the Stats 19 statistical returns (described in more detail in Appendix B). Each accident is classified according to the severity of the injury to the most seriously injured person involved in the accident. These statistics are used to inform public debate and support policy on road safety (through education and engineering programs).

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