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  • STAG Technical Database

    Mon 30/Nov/2015
    This provides a comprehensive source of advice on all aspects of the transport planning process from the earliest stages of transport planning, through appraisal and implementation to ex-post evaluation.
  • Transport Scotland 2015 People Survey Report

    Mon 16/Nov/2015

    Civil Service People Survey 2015

  • Review of the office and functions of the Scottish Road Works Commissioner

    Mon 02/Nov/2015

    Derek McKay, Minister for Transport and the Islands, recently announced an independent review of the Office and functions of the Scottish Road Works Commissioner, with recommendations to be made to the Scottish Ministers by end March 2016

  • Transport Scotland Electronic Purchasing Cards Expenditure £500 and Above Disclosures for the Financial Years 2013-14 And 2014-15

    Thu 22/Oct/2015

    Transport Scotland currently review details of items of expenditure over £25,000 prior to publication on a monthly basis. However, in order to maintain consistency with core Scottish Government, and to comply with instructions from the Cabinet Secretary, the Agency has extended this exercise to include details, on an annual basis, of all Agency Electronic Purchasing transactions (formerly termed General Procurement transactions) with a value of £500 and above. In addition, the same information will be published retrospectively for the previous financial year.

  • Rail freight strategy refresh

    Thu 22/Oct/2015

    Transport Scotland is consulting on a range of issues towards the development of a high level strategy on rail freight in Scotland.

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

    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

    Fri 02/Oct/2015

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

  • Transport Scotland Annual Business Plan 2015-2016

    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.

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

    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

    Fri 31/Jul/2015
  • Annual Review 2015

    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

    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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