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HITRANHigh Point Transit
HITRANHigh resolution Transmission Model
HITRANHigh Altitude Atmospheric Transmission
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Hitrans chairman Charlie King this week led a delegation to Westminster to meet Transport Secretary Alistair Darling and Highland MPs to argue the case for using Public Service Obligations to protect Highland air services.
HITRANS is delighted to have been a key partner in this initiative which meets our goal of making public transport more accessible to residents in our remote region.
Tender announced by HIGHLANDS AND ISLANDS TRANSPORT PARTNERSHIP (HITRANS),United kingdom for Contract Notice: The provision of a public transport database and information system designed to produce and maintain bus timetable information in compliance with national guidelines for the supply of data to Traveline Scotland, other key external agencies and users within the HITRANS area (including Argyll and Bute, Highland, Moray, Orkney Islands and Western Isles Local Authority Areas).
Contract Notice: A web-based scheduling system is required to support the provision and administration of community transport and other demand-responsive transport in the HiTrans Councils, and in various community transport organisations operating in the area.
The PTP will utilise our HITravel PTP toolkit which has recently been developed for HITRANS as part of recent engagement in the EU REPUTE project (in partnership with lead partner Action Renewables).
Contract Notice: HITRANS (the Regional Transport Partnership for the Highlands and Islands), in partnership The Highland Council were successful in receiving funding through the Scottish Governments Smarter Choices Smarter Places programme, which is administered through Paths for All.
HITRANS and NESTRANS have separately developed plans for these stations respectively, while a further phase of the Aberdeen-Inverness Improvements Project will be developed.
Plans for new stations at Dalcross and Kintore are being developed separately by HITRANS and NESTRANS respectively, while a further phase of the Aberdeen-Inverness Improvements Project is to be developed.