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Local Transport Today
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The Scottish Government has announced an extra £20m over the next two years for active travel. Further details will be given in due course but... continue
Local Transport Today
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Transport Scotland says it is open-minded about the future regulatory environment for buses. Asked what it thought about Labour MSP Iain Gray’s... continue
Local Transport Today
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Ticket prices on Edinburgh’s tram will be harmonised with bus fares charged by municipally-owned Lothian Buses, the City of Edinburgh Council... continue
Local Transport Today
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The North East Scotland Transport Partnership has voiced concern about the Scottish Government’s high-speed rail work programme. In a letter to... continue
Categories: Railways, Scotland
Local Transport Today
Regular news
The Advertising Standards Authority’s council is reviewing its  recent ruling that Scotland’s speed camera partnership can continue... continue
Categories: Speed cameras, Scotland
Local Transport Today
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Transport Scotland has shortlisted eight consultancies/ joint ventures for three design contracts for the £3bn project to complete the dualling... continue
Categories: Road building, Scotland
Local Transport Today
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Transport Scotland has appointed Halcrow to undertake strategic environment assessment work for the proposed £3bn project to dual about 86... continue
Categories: Road building, Scotland
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Lee Baker
Transport Scotland has announced the shortlisted companies being invited to bid for three large design contracts worth up to £180m in... continue
Categories: Road building, Scotland
Local Transport Today
In brief
Car club firm Co-Wheels is introducing three Nissan Leaf electric cars to its car club fleet in Aberdeen. Car club members will be able to hire the... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
The Scottish Government may raise the speed limit for lorries on single carriageway sections of the A9 between Perth and Inverness in response to... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport has given a cool reception to an MSP’s plan for a new Bill that would give local authorities the powers... continue
Local Transport Today
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Transport Scotland is to take over the management of a 32-mile section of the A83 between Kennacraig and Campbeltown from Argyll and Bute Council.... continue
Local Transport Today
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The DfT has appointed consultants Atkins and The TAS Partnership to update and enhance the DfT’s best practice guidance on tendering bus... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
The City of Edinburgh Council has released more details of how it plans to operate the city’s new tram alongside bus services provided by... continue
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Andrew Forster
Edinburgh’s TRAMS are expected to take longer than the bus to travel from the city’s airport to the city centre. Municipally-owned... continue
Local Transport Today
Letters to the editor
Matt Perkins, Statistician, Transport analytical services, Transport Scotland, Glasgow G4
I refer to your article ‘Devolution destroys the GB-wide NTS’ on 9 August and would offer the following clarifications. The DfT... continue
Local Transport Today
Detail
Transport Scotland has named the Scottish Roads Partnership led by Ferrovial as preferred bidder for the M8/M73/M74 motorway improvements project.... continue
Categories: Road building, Scotland
Parking Review
Enforcement News
Patrick McDonnell
A new strategy for tackling vehicles causing obstructions on roads, car parks, verges and lay-bys has been unveiled by Scottish Borders Council.The... continue
Categories: enforcement, Scotland
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Lee Baker
Transport Scotland has announced the successful bidder for £415m of motorway improvement works in the Central Belt. Scottish Roads Partnership... continue
Categories: Road building, Scotland
Local Transport Today
Regular news
Lee Baker
Strathclyde Passenger Transport officers are warning that proposed legislation to regulate bus services could be costly and stifle investment by... continue
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