The winners of the Scottish Transport Awards 2019 

Most Effective in Road Safety, Traffic Management and Enforcement

WINNER: Scotland TranServ, Strategic Road Safety Team: Saving Lives through Innovation

Best Practice in Travel to School and Work Schemes

WINNER: Western Isles Council Bikeability Scotland cycle training, supported by Cycling Scotland

Excellence in Technology and Innovation

WINNER: Liftshare, Solving commuter problems with data

Excellence in Walking, Public Realm & Cycling

WINNER: Aberdeenshire Council, Integrated Travel Town Masterplan Project Approach

Excellence in Travel Information & Marketing

WINNER: Edinburgh Trams, Airport Marketing Project

Excellence in Accessibility

WINNER: Glasgow Airport Ltd - Ensuring Every Passenger Enjoys Their Journey

Best Bus Service

WINNER: First Glasgow, Service 75

Contribution to Sustainable Transport

WINNER: Dundee City Council, Dundee EV Infrastructure Project

Transport Team/Partnership of the Year

WINNER: Transport Scotland in partnership with Combined Operating Companies – Battling the Beast from the East

Frontline Employee of the Year

WINNER: Mark Burns, Amey

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Fraser Bain, Aberdeen International Airport
Paul Cunningham, First Scotland East
Bruce Ellis, Edinburgh Airport
Gary Fyfe, Edinburgh Airport
Ian Graham, First Scotland East
Paul Macleod, First Glasgow
Claire Munro, First Aberdeen

Lifetime Contribution as a Frontline Employee

WINNER: Keith Banks, Glasgow Airport Ltd

Most Innovative Transport Project of the Year

WINNER: Jacobs, Transport Scotland, Scotland TranServ & Sibbald - VR Site Safety

Lifetime Contribution to Transport in Scotland

WINNER: George Mair

Scottish Airport of the Year

WINNER: Glasgow Airport Ltd

HIGHLY COMMENDED: Inverness Airport

Public Transport Operator of the Year

WINNER: Stagecoach East Scotland

Rail/Road Contractor of the Year

WINNER: Morgan Sindall, Kerse Road Bridge, Stirling


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Chairman, Highways England