In this paper for the Jimmy Reid Foundation Alf Baird explains how the financialisation of port infrastructure in Scotland has weakened the competitiveness of trade with Scotland. To maximise revenue […]
STR58 is now published.
Who and what really controls transport systems? This paper follows the money. Most transport investment defines success in terms of more travel not less. There might be much more investment […]
STR57 – Paying for Better Transport is now published.
The Role of Transport Investment in Delivering Social Outcomes (PDF) – Report of Centre for Scottish Public Policy Scotland Seminar held on 17 January 2014. Edited by: Brian Weddell, Alex […]
Scotland’s Connections and its Governance – The Independence Debate: Does Transport Figure (PDF). Prepared by John Baggaley, with significant contributions from David Connolly and Derek Halden. This paper highlights some […]
The Value of Transport Investment for the Scottish Economy and Society (PDF). Prepared by: Tim Steiner, JMP and Derek Halden, DHC. With significant contributions from: Tom Hart, SAPT and Keith […]
STSG Annual Conference 2008 Are transport spending levels consistent with sustainable economic growth? Who benefits from transport expenditure? Investing to save by big purchasers of travel Borrowing money, the role […]
STSG Annual Conference 2006, Stirling Highland Hotel. Download conference details, PDF 145 KB Download conference programme, PDF 39 KB Conference Presentation Papers Large file sizes, may take some time to […]
The Case For “The Case For Rail In The Highlands & Islands” (PDF). Geoff Riddington presents an interesting review of HIE’s study: “the Case for Rail in the Highlands and […]
The Case for Rail in the Highlands and Islands: A Rejoinder (PDF). Geoff Riddington, Division of Business Economics, Glasgow Caledonian University. The case for Rail in the Highlands has been […]
A Survey of Travel Behaviour in Edinburgh (PDF). Tim Ryley, Research Fellow, Transport Research Institute, Napier University. Sustainable modes of transport have been promoted in response to problems associated with […]