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WINNERS

The winners of the Scottish Transport Awards 2018


Most Effective Road Safety, Traffic Management and Enforcement Project

WINNER: Police Scotland’s Operation Close Pass supported by Cycling Scotland and Road Safety Scotland


Best Practice in Travel to School and Work Schemes

WINNER: Sustrans Scotland - Scottish Workplace Journey Challenge


Achievements in Cycling

WINNER: Glasgow City Council - Glasgow Cycle Hire Scheme: Contract extension and expansion

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Cycling Scotland - Simon Community Scotland: Street Cycles Glasgow


Excellence in Technology and Innovation

WINNER: Network Rail - Automatic Full Barrier Locally Monitored Level Crossing


Excellence in Walking & Public Realm

WINNER: East Dunbartonshire Council


Excellence in Travel Information & Marketing

WINNER: CalMac Ferries - Passenger Safety Video


Accessibility Project of the Year

WINNER: Neatebox Ltd, Scotland Transerv, and Transport Scotland - Neatebox Button App to improve road safety for disabled pedestrians in Largs

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Xplore Dundee


Best Bus Service

WINNER: Stagecoach West Scotland, Go More With X74


Contribution to Sustainable Transport

WINNER: Alexander Dennis Limited - ADL SmartPack and SmartHybrid technology for efficient Low Emission Buses


Transport Team/Partnership of the Year

WINNER: Scotland TranServ - Scotland TranServ Incident Response


Frontline Employee of the Year

WINNER: Cameron Dyche - First Aberdeen

HIGHLY COMMENDED: James Dalgarno - Amey
Gail Findlay - Edinburgh Airport
Graham McPherson - First Scotland East
Billy Morrison - Strathclyde Partnership for Transport
Jim Orr - Scottish Citylink Coaches
Margaret Skinner - First Scotland East


Most Innovative Transport Project of the Year

WINNER: Amey - Re-Galvanising Vehicle Restraint Systems (VRS)

HIGHLY COMMENDED: British Transport Police/ Abellio Alliance - Incident Response Stretcher


Lifetime Contribution to Transport in Scotland

WINNER: Eric Stewart


Scottish Airport of the Year

WINNER: Edinburgh Airport


Public Transport Operator of the Year

WINNER: Lothian Buses


Outstanding Project in a Generation

WINNER: FCBC and Transport Scotland’s Employers Delivery Team – Queensferry Crossing


Integrated Transport Project of the Year

WINNER: Strathclyde Partnership for Transport - Govan Transport Interchange


Rail Supplier of the Year

WINNER: Siemens Rail Automation - Scottish Signalling Enhancements and Renewals


Lifetime Contribution as a Frontline Employee

WINNER: Bob Connaway - Glasgow Airport

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