The business plan will coordinate delivery of travel and transport projects over the next 12 months and work to get more partners “on board” with the proposed key priorities for the South East of Scotland’s transport network. Whether that’s walking, delivering goods, getting on your bus or bike, catching the train or driving your car and sharing your journey with others.
Over the next year, we are aiming to continue our journey towards making the South East of Scotland transport network as efficient, effective and equitable as possible and deliver a sustainable transport vision for the region. To do this SEStran will focus on our existing projects and partners including Transport Scotland, Sustrans, Cycling Scotland and Young Scot. The current focus does not preclude SEStran from exploring new opportunities and SEStran will always welcome discussions with new or returning partners.
This policy is applicable to all personal data held by the RTP. It applies to all employees and elected members of the RTP and to any contractors or agents performing work for or on behalf of the RTP and any other individuals with access to SEStran’s information.
The SEStran Governance Scheme collects together the key documents which form the basis for South East Scotland Transport Partnership’s (SEStran’s) decision making. It is made up of the following documents:
SEStran, Sustrans, City of Edinburgh Council and East Lothian Council investigated the feasibility of creating an upgraded cycle link between Musselburgh and Portobello. In 2015 the Strategic Cross Boundary Cycle Development Report identified the B6415/ A199 Musselburgh Harbour as a “missing link” in the active travel opportunities within the Edinburgh area.
The full report and appendices can be downloaded by following the below links.
We are pleased to share a report from the National Records of Scotland (NRS) outlining the assessment of SEStrans Records Management Plan (RMP) by the Public Records (Scotland) Act 2011 Assessment Team following its submission to the Keeper on 30th January 2017.
The assessment considered whether the RMP of the South East of Scotland Transport Partnership was developed with proper regard to the 14 elements of the Keeper’s statutory Model Records Management Plan (the Model Plan) under section 8(3) of the Act, and whether in this respect it complies with it and the specific requirements of the Act.
The RMP was assessed by the Public Records (Scotland) Act Assessment Team on behalf of the Keeper. Assessors used the checklist elements listed in section 5, to establish whether the South East of Scotland Transport Partnership’s RMP was developed with proper regard to the elements of the Model Plan and is compliant with the Act. The assessment also considered whether there was sufficient supporting evidence of such compliance.
The outcome of the assessment and the Keeper’s decision on whether the RMP of the South East of Scotland Transport Partnership complies with the Act can be found under section 7 of this report with relevant recommendations. The full report can be viewed below.