SEStran has developed a Regional Transport Strategy (RTS), which has identified several projects for taking forward for potential development, categorised within identified strategic corridors for prioritising investment. The Queensferry and the Central Fife were two such corridors identified, both of which involve heavy commuter flows to Edinburgh. Part of the solution for these corridors would be to increase public transport provision between Fife and Edinburgh, and an important scheme in this respect would be the introduction of passenger services to Levenmouth, whilst also increasing the prospect of raising the share of rail freight in the freight transport market by moving non-road modes.
South East Scotland Transport Partnership (SEStran) appointed Scott Wilson to carry out a STAG–based study to appraise proposals for improving services to the Levenmouth area.
These may be accessed on the Dryport project page.