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The national transport agency for Scotland, delivering the Scottish Government's vision for transport.


  • New Campaign Urges Drivers To Watch Their Speed On Country Roads

    Published: Thu 08/Oct/2015

    A powerful new campaign from the Scottish Government and Road Safety Scotland (part of Transport Scotland), urges drivers to watch their speed on country roads and help reduce the number of fatalities.

  • Transport Minister at ICI Committee

    Published: Thu 08/Oct/2015

    Derek Mackay, Minister for Transport and Islands reaffirmed the Scottish Government’s real progress in the delivery of its transport policy on Wednesday as he took questions from the Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee in the Scottish Parliament.

  • Over 125,000 passenger journeys on new Borders Railway in first month

    Published: Tue 06/Oct/2015

    Exactly one month since the line opened on Sunday 6 September, more than 125,000 passenger journeys have been made on the Borders Railway.

  • Disclosures for the financial years 2013-14 and 2014-15

    Published: Wed 07/Oct/2015

    Part 3 of the Public Services Reform (Scotland) Act 2010 imposes a duty on the Scottish Government and listed public bodies to publish information as soon as is reasonably practicable after the end of each financial year. This is intended to promote greater openness and transparency and should include a statement of any expenditure incurred during that financial year

  • Transport Scotland Annual Report and Accounts 2014-15

    Published: Fri 02/Oct/2015

    Transport Scotland's Annual Report and Accounts for the year 2014-15

  • Transport Scotland Annual Business Plan 2015-2016

    Published: Fri 02/Oct/2015

    Transport Scotland seeks to deliver a safe, efficient, cost-effective and sustainable transport system for the benefit of the people of Scotland. This will play a key role in helping to deliver the Scottish Government’s aims to increase prosperity, fairness and participation as set out in the 2015-16 Programme for Government – A Stronger Scotland.

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