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  • Free Bus Travel Deal Secured

    Published: Fri 23/Jan/2015

    Scottish Government investment worth £414million over the next two years has secured the continuation of nationwide free bus travel for over 60s and people with disabilities

  • Stornoway Ullapool Ferry Project taskforce comment

    Published: Fri 16/Jan/2015

    Comment from Minister for Transport and Islands Derek Mackay following the first meeting of the Stornoway Ullapool Ferry Project Taskforce

  • Further £3 million for A83

    Published: Wed 14/Jan/2015

    An additional £3 million is being invested, by the Scottish Government, in the A83 in the coming year.

    This further investment will be added to the £9 million that has already been spent around the Rest and Be Thankful in recent years to improve resilience and to help keep local communities connected in the event of landslides.

  • User Perceptions of the Summary Blue Badge Guidance

    Published: Fri 23/Jan/2015

    This report presents findings from a series of focus groups carried out with adults living in Scotland who are eligible to take part in the Blue Badge parking scheme.

    User Perceptions of the Summary Blue Badge Guidance (PDF)


  • Good Practice Guide on 20mph Speed Restrictions

    Published: Thu 08/Jan/2015

    The Scottish Government is committed to creating a healthier, greener and safer Scotland and believes that the introduction of 20 miles per hour (mph) restrictions can help to contribute to all these objectives. 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

    Published: Thu 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. 

    For more information download the Carbon Account for Transport. No 6: 2014 Edition

    A short series of infographics have been published alongside the main report. 

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