A Fatal Accident Inquiry will be launched into the crash, although no legal action will be taken against 58-year-old Harry Clarke.
The driver of a bin lorry that crashed in Glasgow, killing six people, will not face any charges, Sky News has learned.
A decision has also been made not to charge Glasgow City Council, which owned the vehicle involved in the tragedy, although a Fatal Accident Inquiry will be held.
Scotland’s prosecuting body, the Crown Office, has been studying a police report into the tragedy which occurred on 22 December.
The incident saw the vehicle career out of control down one of Glasgow’s busiest streets and collide with pedestrians.