Transport Scotland

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Mass transit schemes for Scotland’s three biggest cities and plans to connect the nation’s islands with tunnels are among flagship transport plans primed for Scottish Government investment, a new document has revealed. The second Strategic Transport Projects Review (STPR2) makes 45 recom

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Work on a new transport interchange at Motherwell railway station will start early next year after approval was given for the £2 million project and Balfour Beatty was appointed to carry out the work.

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Amey has secured a new contract with Transport Scotland to operate, maintain and upgrade the motorway and trunk road technology infrastructure across the whole of Scotland.

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Transport Scotland will relocate its headquarters to HFD Group’s 177 Bothwell Street in Glasgow, in a move that will support the organisation’s environmental, social, and governance (ESG) objectives. Scotland’s national transport agency has secured 50,000 sq. ft. across two floors

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A segregated 10km route for walking, cycling, wheeling and horse riding between the communities of Aviemore and Carrbridge has now been identified following further design work, assessment of the route options and public consultation.

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North west Glasgow’s skyline has been changed forever with the erection of a 30-metre steel mast at Stockingfield junction. The mast is the main supporting pylon for the new £12 million active travel bridge over the Forth & Clyde Canal.

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The third and final phase of the Inshes District Park main path infrastructure in Inverness has been completed and is now open to the public. The £358K contract which forms part of the third phase of development at Inshes District Park was awarded to Pat Munro Ltd of Alness and work began on s

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