Transform Scotland heralded the resilience of public transport and active travel as the latest Scottish Transport Statistics show a marked increase in journeys in 2021/22 compared to the previous year…Read more
What does 2023 have in store for Scottish transport?
Transform director, Colin Howden reports on what we can expect to see in Scotland’s transport sector in the year ahead. 2022 was a tumultuous year for Scottish transport, with the…Read more
Tackling Traffic: Winning Business Support for Traffic Reduction
Transform Scotland engages with the Scottish business sector on measures to cut traffic by 20% by 2030.
Traffic demand management measures: implications for Scottish business
A report commissioned from the Transport Research Institute at Edinburgh Napier University to evaluate measures to reduce road traffic in Scotland.
Winning business support for traffic reduction
Workplace charging regimes and other traffic reduction measures can win the support of businesses if properly designed and focused on areas of strong economic activity, a report by Transform Scotland…Read more
Report of the Scottish Parliament Cross Party Group on Sustainable Transport’s inquiry into the Scottish Government’s commitment to reduce car mileage by 20% by 2030.
Cuts to bus and rail fares needed to meet government’s traffic reduction plans
Scottish Parliament cross-party group publishes new report responding to Scottish Government’s plan to cut road traffic levels by 20% by 2030 The Scottish Parliament’s Cross Party Group on Sustainable Transport…Read more
Scotland’s Traffic Summit: How can Scottish businesses help shape the traffic reduction agenda?
How can Scottish businesses help shape the agenda for traffic reduction? That was the question posed at our Traffic Summit, where we brought together Scottish business leaders to discuss what…Read more
LNER Forum 2022: Positive takeaways from rail
Below, our Head of Enterprise Elspeth Wray talks about her experience at LNER’s Scotland Stakeholder Forum in Edinburgh last week. I was delighted to speak at LNER’s Scotland Stakeholder Forum…Read more
Roads to Ruin one year on: Better policies, but road spending plans largely unchanged
A year ago today we published our ‘Roads to Ruin’ report, which found that Transport Scotland: Note that this £7 billion is not the budget for repairs or upgrading existing…Read more
Welsh follows Scots lead on traffic demand management, but also lacks clear path towards delivery
Transform’s policy officer Marie Ferdelman comments upon the Welsh Government’s draft ‘National transport delivery plan: 2022 to 2027‘: “Traffic reduction through demand management is now on the political agenda in…Read more
Transform’s role in holding Government to account remains as critical as ever: 2022 annual report published
We’ve today published our new Annual Report. This year’s report focuses on our top three priorities for 2022: Transform’s acting chair Stuart Hay notes in his ‘Message from the Chair’…Read more