Resources

Permitted Development Rights (PDR)
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Consultation response - Permitted Development Rights in Scotland

STPR2 Stakeholder survey
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Consultation response - Strategic Transport Project Review 2 (STPR2)

Priorities for the National Transport Strategy
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Joint consultation response (Active Travel Delivery Partners) - Priorities for the National Transport Strategy

Annual Cycling Monitoring Report 2019
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The Annual Cycling Monitoring Report 2019 builds on previous editions and delivers Action 18 of the Cycling Action Plan for Scotland (CAPS).

Consultation response - National Transport Strategy
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Consultation response - National Transport Strategy

Pre-budget/financial scrutiny on roads maintenance in Scotland
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Consultation response - As a member of the Road Maintenance Stakeholder Group we welcome the opportunity to contribute to the views on pre-budget/financial scrutiny on roads maintenance in Scotland.

Policy - Helmets
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Cycling Scotland believes adults should be free to decide whether to wear a helmet whilst cycling and that parents or guardians are responsible for deciding if their children wear helmets.

Give Cycle Space 2019 campaign summary
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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. 

Autonomous vehicles
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Consultation response - Summary of the Preliminary Consultation Paper on Autonomous Vehicles

Consultation response - 20mph Road Speed Restriction Transport Bill
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Restricted Roads (20 mph Speed Limit) (Scotland) Bill

Attitudes & Behaviours research into cycling - full presentation
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Here you will find the full results of our research into attitudes and behaviours towards cycling from across Scotland. 

Attitudes & Behaviours research into cycling - summary
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We asked people across Scotland about their attitudes and behaviours towards cycling. Here you will find a summary of our research results. 

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