The South West Scotland Transport Study Initial Appraisal Draft Report has now been published on the Transport Scotland website and we are keen to capture your views and feedback on the report. 

As you may be aware, the aim of study is to consider the rationale for improvements to road, rail, public transport and active travel on key strategic corridors in the South West of Scotland, including those served by the A75, A76, A77, A701 and A709, as well as the railway corridors to Stranraer and Carlisle via Kilmarnock / Dumfries, with a particular focus on access to the ports at Cairnryan. The study area is shown in the figure below and includes Dumfries & Galloway and the southern extents of South Ayrshire and East Ayrshire.
The Draft Report is available here: 


We recommend that you review the material within the report prior to completing the survey.

The survey should take 5-10 minutes to complete and all responses are anonymous. 

The deadline for participation is 20th September 2019.

Many thanks for your participation in this study.

Privacy and Your Personal Information

You can choose whether to complete this survey. It is being undertaken by AECOM and Peter Brett Associates, working on behalf of Transport Scotland. We will combine the information you provide with that of other respondents to help inform the development of the study.

To find out why Transport Scotland collect personal information and how we use it, please see our privacy policy at https://www.transport.gov.scot/privacy-policy/. Any personal information you provide will only be stored for as long as required to inform the study, then it will be deleted. If at any time after completing this questionnaire you would like your information to be deleted, please contact Transport Scotland.

Transport Scotland is the national transport agency for Scotland, delivering the Scottish Government's vision for transport

For more information on this study or to request the deletion of data, please contact:

Adam Priestley
Buchanan House
G4 0HF
Telephone: 0141 272 7596
Email: adam.priestley@transport.gov.scot


Question Title