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See below for a list of consultations, campaigns and online actions.

See Scottish Government, Transport Scotland,  UK Department for Transport and European Commission websites for details of other current consultations.


CO2 emissions regulatory framework for all newly sold road vehicles in the UK consultation — UK Government

22 September 2021

The UK Government is seeking views on the proposed regulatory framework for the UK with regard to all newly sold road vehicles. ...


Holyrood Park and the Road Network — Historic Environment Scotland

30 September 2021

“Over the past year, we’ve trialled different hours of vehicle access for the road networks in Holyrood Park to help facilitate social distancing and support for wellbeing. To help understand the balance of needs for all park users, we’ve opened a survey to gather people’s feedback on the road networks. We’...


Fit for the Future timetable consultation — ScotRail

01 October 2021

“We are unveiling plans for the new timetable from May 2022, showing that it is ‘Fit For The Future’. It’s part of a public consultation as customers return to using Scotland’s Railway.” ...


Consultation on Penalty Charge Notices for Parking Enforcement — Transport Scotland

04 October 2021

“Over the last two years we have been working to improve parking legislation in Scotland by introducing provisions within the Transport (Scotland) Act 2019 that will ban pavement parking, double parking and parking at dropped kerbs, thereby tackling the impact of inconsiderate and obstructive parking. These changes will impose new duties o...


Sign the petition: Killiecrankie battlefield in danger!

05 October 2021

“KilliecrAnkie1689 is a new group that opposes how the planned dual carriageway is to be built on the Killiecrankie battlefield. KilliecrAnkie1689 is in favour of upgrading the A9 in the interests of safety. But it wants the best route possible for the local commu...


Implementing the bus provisions of the Transport (Scotland) Act 2019 — The Scottish Government

06 October 2021

“Bus Services are an economic and social cornerstone for Scotland. The sector accounts for three quarters of all public transport journeys and is set to play an increasingly important role in achieving a just transition to net zero by 2045. However, bus patronage in Scotland (and the UK) has been declining since the 1960s with the trend co...


Implementing the bus provisions of the Transport (Scotland) Act 2019 — Transport Scotland

06 October 2021

“Bus Services are an economic and social cornerstone for Scotland. The sector accounts for three quarters of all public transport journeys and is set to play an increasingly important role in achieving a just transition to net zero by 2045. However, bus patronage in Scotland (and the UK) has been declining since the 1960s with the trend co...


Membership of the National Smart Ticketing Advisory Board — Transport Scotland

12 October 2021

“Smart ticketing is an important element of a modern public transport system and is increasingly prevalent in major cities in the UK and in countries around the world.  During 2017, Transport Scotland sought the views of stakeholders and the wider public through a consultation into various aspects of s...


Secure City Cycle Parking — Glasgow City Council

14 October 2021

“Glasgow City Council is consulting with the public regarding the introduction of secure cycle parking in the city centre at travel hubs and places of employment. The purpose of this consultation is to gain a greater understanding of current travel patterns, frequency of tr...


Electric Vehicle Charge Points for New Residential and Non-Residential Buildings — Scottish Government

29 October 2021

“Options for further improvement in our energy standards have been developed, in 2020 and 2021, through research and with the support and input of a working group of key industry stakeholders. However, changes to our standards and supporting guidance apply at a national level to all development work across Scotland. The...


Covid recovery: public health, services and justice system reforms — The Scottish Government

09 November 2021

“As one of the steps to harness lessons from the Covid pandemic, the Scottish Government is committed to reviewing the impact of Covid on the Scottish statute book.  The Government wants to remove measures no longer needed in order to respond to the pandemic whilst keeping those where there is demonstrable benefit to t...