SPIN 14 - 2018

6 December 2018

Our Pedal for Scotland 2018 souvenir issue, including winter cycling tips, picture special and much more.

Attitudes & Behaviours research into cycling - full presentation

19 October 2018

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

19 October 2018

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

Consultation response - Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee Call for Evidence Transport (Scotland) Bill

1 October 2018

We welcome the prohibition of parking on pavements and double parking, and, through associated secondary legislation, of dropped kerb parking, recognising the important contribution this will have on improving the safety of vulnerable road users, particularly people cycling and walking. Enforcement of parking restrictions must be thorough across the country.

Consultation response - Climate Change Bill

16 August 2018

We welcome the ambition in the Bill to work towards net-zero emissions. The role of cycling and active travel should be recognised as zero-carbon option to help deliver the current targets and the aspiration for a net-zero emissions future.

Consultation response - Public Health Scotland

1 July 2018

We welcome the new arrangements for public health in Scotland and note reference to the six public health priorities as the underlying principles for this. In particular, we highlight the sixth priority - “A Scotland where we eat well, have a healthy weight and are physically active” - and stress the need for action to be taken on this.

Annual Cycling Monitoring Report 2018

12 June 2018

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,

Annual report 2017/18

2 January 2018

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.

SPIN - Issue 13

24 December 2017

Our Pedal for Scotland souvenir issue, including a picture special, winter cycling tips and the Glen Trool circular route.

Consultation response - Air quality in Scotland

1 August 2017

Scotland continues to face a significant challenge in terms of vehicle emissions and there is a clear need to address these both as a significant contributor to climate change and as a public health issue. Cycling has an important role to play with regards to addressing climate change issues in transport, as a zero-carbon option.

Consultation response - Improving parking in Scotland

1 June 2017

Poorly parked vehicles can force pedestrians into the road. They can inhibit the independence of many vulnerable people and be particularly dangerous for older people, for families with pushchairs and for those with visual or mobility impairments.

Consultation response - National Transport Strategy - Early Engagement Survey

1 June 2017

The three key strategic outcomes outlined in the strategy will continue to be relevant over the coming decades. The one thing which needs to change substantially now in transport is to change the current focus away from cars (and other light motorised vehicles) as the default option, and instead re-focus on cycling and active travel as a real and positive alternative, particularly for short journeys.

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