The EU Diamond Project invites you to join their virtual conference on 14th December 2020 between 14:00 and 16:00 to discuss the barriers and facilitators faced by women as employees […]
We hope as many of you as possible will join us on 24th November at 1pm to review what has changed since our paper on the 2016 election manifestos. Back […]
Observations on how COVID is changing transport, the latest hydrogen developments in transport, electric vehicle charging, statistics update and investment. Read it here.
The £15M new station at Kintore in Aberdeenshire where trains commenced calling on 15 October 2020 combines the modern functionalities of a state-of-the-art unstaffed stopping place with two pairs of […]
When the Department of Transport Published its road safety plan in 1987 many thought that a large reduction in road casualties at a time of traffic growth would be too […]
Segway is ending production of its celebrated 2 -wheeler. It was popular for tours and with the police but once the novelty had worn off electric scooters were proving to […]
It is difficult now to believe that Edinburgh once had a suburban railway system comparable with Glasgow’s. However unlike in the west there was no hinterland of large satellite towns, […]
John Yellowlees Whatever the name to which they may happen to answer this week, Britain’s railways are world experts in restructuring, and successive waves of new kids on the track […]
Ashley Nicholson is first female President of the UK Harbour Masters’ Association – and youngest certified harbourmaster to hold that role
The Scottish Government is seeking to move to a net-zero economy by 2045. This will mean huge changes for the transport sector in Scotland. To achieve this level of change […]
The global pandemic is transforming attitudes and behaviour. Please use this page to post observations and comments about the unfolding events and their effect on Scottish transport.
Prospects for the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow, Review of Policies and Investment, Planning for Electric Vehicles, Transport Heritage, and other commentary and analysis STR59