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
The road to net-zero is far from clear but positive steps are being taken that point the way forward. Douglas Robertson of the Electric Vehicle Association Scotland (EVAS) presented to […]
The Scottish Transport Studies Group’s 2019 AGM will be held at the Royal Scots Club, 29-31 Abercromby Place, Edinburgh EH3 6QE on Tuesday 26 November. The programme will be : […]
Clarifying accountability, investing in capabilities, and rebuilding business models for better performance were the three key messages STSG Secretary Derek Halden made to the Rural Affairs and Connectivity Committee scrutiny […]
Jonathan Bray, director of the Urban Transport Group writing in Passenger Transport magazine explains that the much talked about Mobility as a Service has everything yet still to prove. There […]
Oban is a hub for rail, taxi, ferry, air and other connections so good information is essential. A partnership approach has been taken to improving this information.
Transport investment has been widening the inequality gap. Is it time for a fresh approach to deliver fairer and more efficient transport systems? Improving mobility for people has been a […]
The Best of Scottish Transport Future Transport Governance History of Railways STR58
A delegation from Kunming Transport in China visited the UK and met with John Yellowlees and Derek Halden from STSG to discuss the recent STSG papers on Paying for better […]
By Brian Weddell, Former STSG Organiser and Chairperson of Prestonpans Community Council In March 2018 East Lothian Council purchased the former power station site at Cockenzie. For more than 20 […]
Extreme Railways – A Talk by Professor Christopher Harvie – 4pm 27th November Royal Scot’s Club Edinburgh
Following the STSG AGM which will be held at 3pm on 27th November Professor Christopher Harvie will present a radical case for extreme railways to boost economic prospects and life-chances. […]