The key scheme objective was to identify a solution for the A90 corridor to function effectivelyas a strategic link for public transport, connecting Edinburgh with its north-western suburbs,commuter towns and much of the west and north of Scotland. This should be achieved whilethe impacts of travel on local and global environments are minimised.
Following on from a Pre-Feasibility and STAG Part 2 Report on potential options for an orbital bus system (EOBRT) in Edinburgh, this report discusses the options for a new link between Lothianburn and Straiton P&R sites. It sets out the highway engineering preliminary design and associated costs, examines the traffic engineering and junction amendments required for the two Sections of the EOBRT route examined in this study, drawing conclusions and making recommendations.
Following on from a Pre-Feasibility and STAG Part 2 Report on potential options for an orbital bus system (EOBRT) in Edinburgh, this report presents an analysis of the data collected from the traffic surveys and the findings from the congestion analysis.
This study assesses the potential for linking local bus services with rail at the new Alloa station. It assesses what impact this may have on the bus network and existing passengers as well as what level of patronage is likely to interchange between bus and rail at Alloa.Additionally, the study investigates the potential alterations to the management of the road network and the provision of bus infrastructure and facilities in Alloa town centre, to allow better integration between bus and rail and to improve access to the town centre by bus.