Transport Scotland is the national transport agency for Scotland. Transport underpins how Scotland works and performs. Through the development of transport projects and policies we support our businesses, communities and services, connecting people across Scotland and beyond.
Helping Scottish organisations lower transport costs and carbon emissions
Energy Saving Trust appreciate that businesses are under constant pressure to keep costs down and, increasingly, to meet environmental objectives.
The Scottish Transport Emissions Partnership (STEP) is a collaborative Air Quality group that provides technical support to Scottish organisations working to address poor air quality caused by emissions from road transport.
The Institute of Air Quality Management (IAQM) is the professional body that represents air quality professionals in the UK.
Zap-Map.com is a website dedicated to all aspects of electric vehicles and charging. At its core is Zap-Map Live, a regularly updated charging point map showing EV charging points across the UK.
At the Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation (ECCI), we bring low carbon leaders and practitioners from business, finance and the public sector together to turn good ideas into reality.
ChargePlace Scotland is a network of publicly available electric vehicle chargers which have been funded by Transport Scotland.
E-cosse is a partnership of government, industry and other key stakeholders to advance widespread adoption of electric and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (EVs) in Scotland.
Urban Foresight is a consulting think tank focused on the smart and sustainable transformation of cities.
The Electric Vehicle Association Scotland (EVAS) was set up in 2012 by a group of pioneering EV drivers with a passionate interest in promoting the EVs in Scotland.
Road Safety Scotland is part of Transport Scotland, and has responsibility for road safety education and publicity. Its work is driven by Scotland’s Road Safety Framework which sets challenging casualty reduction targets for 2020.
Bright Green Business provides the opportunity for businesses to engage with students and graduates throughout the year on short-term projects.
The Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS) is a voluntary accreditation scheme that promotes best practice for commercial vehicle operators.