From transport infrastructure to regulation & commercial
We advise many businesses and organisations operating in the transport sector, in areas including road, haulage, rail and shipping.
From advising on major road infrastructure projects to the merger and acquisition of businesses operating in the transport sector, our multi-disciplinary team draws from specialists in every area of law to offer a comprehensive service.
The breadth of our support to clients includes matters relating to procurement and competition, regulatory and compliance, banking & finance, commercial contracts and sensitive commercial matters, and employment law.
We operate in both the public and private sectors. Our clients include transport operators and agencies, funders, local authorities, hauliers and freight forwarders. We also have extensive experience in shipping and marine transport, particularly in relation to ferry operations.
Our team has also been part of, and advised on bidding to run two of the major rail franchises in Scotland.
We have advised clients in relation to some of Scotland's largest transport-related projects - from road to rail and from shore to sea.
Call us for free on 0330 159 5555 or complete our online form below for legal advice or to arrange a call back.
Our team is able to provide a full service package to clients, including advice on:
- Legislative framework
- Procurement matters
- Infrastructure projects
- Competition law
- Health and safety
- Employment law
- Funding packages
- Traffic Commissioner matters
- ITSO, smart ticketing matters and revenue protection projects
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