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About Transport Scotland
from Wikipedia

In September 2010 Transport Scotland merged with Transport Directorate of core Scottish Government. They continue to be called Transport Scotland although they now have responsibility for all transport related issues across Scotland.

The agency currently has six directorates:

Aviation, Maritime, Freight and Canals
Finance, Corporate and Analytical Services
Major Transport Infrastructure Projects
Transport Policy
Trunk Road and Bus Operations
Transport Scotland works in partnership with private sector transport operators, local authorities, government and regional transport partnerships (RTPs).

Transport Scotland are also responsible for managing Traffic Scotland.

Traffic Scotland[edit]
Through the Traffic Scotland service, Transport Scotland provides a public service that aims to deliver safe and reliable trunk roads. The focus of Traffic Scotland is to minimise the effects of congestion, breakdowns and unforeseen events on the trunk road network. The Traffic Scotland service delivers traveller information for the Scottish Trunk Road network through a process of ‘monitor, control and inform’.

Monitor: The Traffic Scotland service monitors the network using CCTV, roadside hardware, communication with the police, weather forecasts and major event management services.
Control: All information collected through the monitoring process is processed within the Traffic Scotland Control Centre. The Traffic Scotland Control Centre operates 24 hours a day to ensure that traffic and travel information disseminated as part of the Traffic Scotland service is accurate.
Inform: Traffic and travel information processed by the Traffic Scotland Control Centre is then disseminated via the Traffic Scotland service, including the Traffic Scotland website, the Traffic Customer Care Line, the Traffic Scotland mobile website, the Traffic Scotland Information Kiosks, road side Variable Message Signs (VMS) and via the multiple Traffic Scotland data services available to public, corporate and media users.
Traffic Scotland also provide Freight Information which is a real-time traffic information website aimed at logistics operators and HGV drivers operating in Scotland. This section of their site provides the same functionality with some additional freight related information and web-links.

In November 2016 they introduced a real-time service to allow drivers to track which roads had been gritted.[1]

In September 2008 Transport Scotland announced that all First ScotRail trains (including from the Strathclyde Partnership for Transport) would be eventually repainted in a new, blue livery with white Saltire markings on the carriage ends. The livery would remain unchanged in the event of a change of operating franchisee.[2]

Regional Transport Partnerships[edit]
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport

Argyll and Bute (Helensburgh and Lomond only)
East Ayrshire
East Dunbartonshire
East Renfrewshire
Glasgow City
North Ayrshire
North Lanarkshire
South Ayrshire
South Lanarkshire
West Dunbartonshire
South West[edit]

Dumfries and Galloway

City of Edinburgh
East Lothian
Scottish Borders
West Lothian
Central and Tay[edit]

Dundee City
Perth and Kinross

Aberdeen City
Highlands and Islands[edit]

Argyll and Bute (less Helensburgh and Lomond)
Outer Hebrides