The Annual Cycling Monitoring Report tracks and reports on key information on everyday cycling in Scotland, delivering on Action 18* of the Cycling Action Plan for Scotland (CAPS).
Cycling Scotland's annual report 2019/20, reporting on the impact of our programmes and projects.
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.
Measuring the levels of cycling across Scotland during the pandemic.
This Glasgow Centre for Population Health (GCPH) review combines analysis of reported cycling casualties in Scotland over a 23-year period from 1995-2018, with a literature review of under-reporting of casualties and near misses.
The Annual Cycling Monitoring Report 2019 builds on previous editions and delivers Action 18 of the Cycling Action Plan for Scotland (CAPS).
The campaign aimed to educate drivers about giving more space to people cycling, using research to explore what would have the biggest impact on behaviour - in partnership with Police Scotland.
Here you will find the full results of our research into attitudes and behaviours towards cycling from across Scotland.
We asked people across Scotland about their attitudes and behaviours towards cycling. Here you will find a summary of our research results.
The Annual Cycling Monitoring Report 2018 builds upon previous editions and delivers on Action 18 of the Cycling Action Plan for Scotland. It also highlights progress on the Long Term Vision for Active Travel, supports the National Walking Strategy and the implementation of the 2017 Programme for Government,
Implementing the second year of our new Strategy 2017–22, our focus has remained resolutely on our charitable mission to create and deliver opportunities and an environment so anyone anywhere can cycle safely and easily.