Transport Scotland's Islands Connectivity Plan aims to modernise transport links for Scotland's island communities, while incorporating community feedback to ensure inclusivity and effectiveness.
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Scotland's third Delivery Plan for the National Transport Strategy aims to improve accessibility and sustainability in public transport, including a concluded Fair Fares Review and extended concessionary travel schemes for greater inclusivity.
The new bus priority routes have resulted in better service punctuality and predictability in the city centre, and are helping operators to gather key data to support future enhancements to service.
The Scottish government has unveiled a £5 million Community Bus Fund to boost public transport, with a focus on rural areas, through initiatives that enhance access, foster intermodal connections and explore innovative technologies.
The Scottish government's £5 million will help re-launch the Low Emission Zone Support Fund, encouraging eco-friendly travel choices by offering incentives for non-compliant vehicle disposal and retrofitting.
The Scottish government unveils its Vision for Scotland's Public Electric Vehicle Charging Network amid higher-than-estimated EV uptake across the country, backed by substantial investment.
Provided through the Active Travel Transformation Fund, the £20 million funding will be utilised to facilitate the implementation of ambitious active travel infrastructure projects across Scotland in partnership with local authorities.
Provided as part of the second phase of the Scottish government's ScotZEB funding, the £58 million will accelerate the transition to zero-emission buses, expanding eligibility to coaches and community transport providers.
With its focus on financial benefits, environmental consciousness and convenience, the campaign seeks to encourage the public to choose buses as a preferred mode of transportation, promoting sustainable travel choices across Scotland.
The new Cycling Framework for Active Travel aims to remove barriers to cycling across Scotland.
The Scottish government's £200,000 funding will help improve Aberdeen's bus infrastructure, further reducing congestion and enhancing punctuality for passengers.
The Scottish government's free bus travel scheme for under 22s has reached 50 million journeys, offering significant benefits to young people, including independence and potential lifetime cost savings of up to £3,000.
The report calls for policies to promote bus and coach travel in Scotland in order to achieve the country's net zero targets and unlock benefits, including investing in infrastructure and subsidising fares.
The Scottish government's Mobility and Scrappage Fund aims to reduce air pollution across the country, by offering cash incentives and travel vouchers for low-income households to shift towards more sustainable transportation.
Scotland's concessionary travel schemes for those under 22, over 60 and people with disabilities enable more than a third of the country's population to benefit from free bus travel.