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Active travel has an important role to play in improving rural connectivity, and for delivering a green transition. In response to the current pandemic, there is a need to ensure that transport infrastructure decision-making and spending takes into account the need to support physical distancing for active travel and public transport, both now and in response to future pandemics.
The review of the Highway Code aims to improve road safety for people on bikes, pedestrians and horse riders.
Cycling Scotland's response to the Scotland’s Towns Partnership Towns Review focuses on the multiple benefits of prioritising developments for active travel.
The Social Housing Partnership Fund offers grants to social housing providers to make it easier for residents to walk and cycle. This report provides findings and impact of the fund.
Investment in coherent networks of safe, easy to access segregated cycling infrastructure is needed to support the modal shift to active travel.
Executive summary, including findings and recommendations, from our 2020 access to bikes report.
Almost 200 organisations run access to bikes schemes in Scotland, which include fleets of pool bikes, bike loans for events, public bike hire, cycle to work schemes and bike recycling schemes. Find out more in our 2020 report.
Cycling and active travel has a key role in achieving a Just Transition to net-zero emissions and can help to address the overwhelming challenges of the climate emergency.
Measuring the levels of cycling across Scotland during the pandemic.
Focused on electric scooters (escooters), as the micromobility mode most of relevance but many of the principles apply to other forms of micromobility as well.
Consultation response - we welcome the vision set for the city of Edinburgh but acknowledge existing challenges
Consultation response - the overwhelming challenges presented by the climate emergency are the top priority for STPR2 decisions.