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  • M8 M73 M74 MOTORWAY IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT INVITE RESIDENTS OF NORTH LANARKSHIRE TO DROP-IN DAY EVENT

    Published: Tue 04/Aug/2015

    Information Event Ahead of Major Roads Works at Shawhead Junction, A725 and A8/M8

    Scottish Roads Partnership (SRP), the contractor delivering the £500m M8 M73 M74 Motorway Improvements Project, is extending an open invitation to communities and businesses of North Lanarkshire to learn about the major construction works currently underway along the A8/M8 from Baillieston to Newhouse, including Shawhead Junction.

  • Queen to open Borders Railway

    Published: Mon 03/Aug/2015

    Double celebration as HM marks milestone as monarch & re-opens railway

    The Borders Railway will be officially opened by Her Majesty The Queen on the day that she becomes Britain's longest serving monarch.

  • Initial ITT for CHFS tender published

    Published: Mon 03/Aug/2015

     

    Next stage in fair, open and transparent procurement

    The Initial Invitation To Tender (ITT) document for the next contract to run the Clyde and Hebrides Ferry Services (CHFS) has been published.

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

    Published: Fri 31/Jul/2015

  • Annual Review 2015

    Published: Wed 29/Jul/2015

    Transport Scotland's Annual Review, looking back over the period April 2014 - April 2015.

  • Transport Accessibility Summit 2015 Online Survey Results Summary

    Published: Wed 08/Jul/2015

    The Transport Accessibility Summit held in Edinburgh in March 2015 provided an opportunity for transport service providers and central and local government policy colleagues to find out directly from disabled people how accessibility issues affected them. Transport Scotland commissioned Research Scotland to produce a report of the findings of the day. An on-line survey was also carried out by the Scottish Disability Equality Forum to get the views of disabled people who were unable to attend the summit. The survey summary sets out the main priorities identified

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