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Next level commuting: how Next is championing active and sustainable travel
Sarah McAlinden, Travel2Next Facilities Coordinator at Next, offers us her top tips for encouraging and embedding sustainable travel in the workplace.
Way to Work webinar encourages workplace action on transport to combat the climate crisis
In the run-up to COP26, our webinar discussed transport's role in the climate emergency and actions workplaces can take.
Six-month stats see cycling up 43% in Scotland
The first six-month snapshot released since the month Covid-19 restrictions were introduced shows the significant increase in people cycling across...
Councils should boost car clubs for the post-Covid commute
Councils should take advantage of changing commuter habits by introducing specific car-sharing strategies, a leading transport charity has said.
Cycling sees “modal share” in Scotland increase five-fold
Cycling Scotland’s twice-yearly nationwide monitoring survey across 97 locations shows the share of people cycling vs using other forms of...
Employers urged to kick off the new decade by getting Scotland’s workforce moving
Paths for All are urging businesses to kick start the new decade by getting Scotland’s workforce moving with their Walk...
Joining up public transport with walking and cycling
Sustrans Scotland’s Senior Transport Integration Officer, Ross Miller, works with bus, rail and ferry companies across Scotland to connect walking...
More than two thirds of Scottish town and city dwellers think we shouldn’t need cars for everyday journeys
More than two-thirds of Scots think people should be able to make their everyday journeys without a car, new research...
Aberdeenshire claims top national award for sustainable transport programme
Congratulations to Aberdeenshire Council who walked away from this year’s National Transport Awards in London with the ‘Excellence in Cycling...
Nicola Sturgeon announces first of £27million walking and cycling infrastructure projects
A total of 207 projects across Scotland set to benefit from funding through Places for Everyone initiative.