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16/05/17 11:00

Minister launches walk day Wednesday challenge

Minister launches walk day Wednesday challenge: WDW-primary-image

Transport Minister Humza Yousaf today announced a new active travel campaign which encourages people to walk for short journeys at least one day a week.

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11/05/17 11:01

Pupils learning from A96 Dualling programme

Pupils learning from A96 Dualling programme: A96 dualling STEM primary schools 1

Transport Scotland and engineers working on the A96 Dualling have taken time out from their day job to assist teachers to deliver a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) programme.

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09/05/17 17:41

British Transport Police

Integration with Police Scotland moves closer.

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20/04/17 14:29

Round table held on concessionary travel scheme options

Young people have opportunity to voice opinions

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12/04/17 12:00

New M8 ‘Missing Link’ Set To Open

New M8 ‘Missing Link’ Set To Open: M8 missing link looking westbound near Bargeddie 2

Seven mile central belt motorway work ahead of schedule

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11/04/17 11:00

Yousaf announces summit on A82

One of Scotland’s most iconic roads will be top of the agenda at a summit on the A82 in June 2017.

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11/04/17 10:54

Aberdeen’s cross border trains secured

Move follows representations from Transport Minister

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07/04/17 10:10

£3 million available for green buses

Transport Minister Humza Yousaf today announced a further £3m for the Scottish Green Bus Fund.

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31/03/17 11:40

Queen Street Redevelopment Gets Ministers’ Go Ahead

Queen Street Redevelopment Gets Ministers’ Go Ahead: Queen St station artist impression

Scottish Ministers have today given formal approval to an application by Network Rail to undertake major redevelopment works at Queen Street Station.

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30/03/17 10:15

Rail journey planning information now includes busiest trains

Rail journey planning information now includes busiest trains: Latest c320 refurbished train added to the ScotRail fleet on platform at Glasgow Central Station

 First public list of busiest trains published

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