An assessment of best practice in active travel, outlining a range of economic, health and environmental benefits associated with active travel
The report present analysis from an independent qualitative research project to explore women’s and girls’ views and experiences of personal safety when using public transport in Scotland
Summary report from the independent qualitative research project to explore women’s and girls’ views and experiences of personal safety when using public transport in Scotland
Covers the work of the pilots from autumn 2021 to August 2022.
This report presents baseline (2019) data on the indicators included in the Active Travel Framework.
The report provides an independent analysis of the 93 responses to the online public consultation. We also ran four stakeholder workshops, which are recorded in the annex of the report.
This research report presents the findings from an independent evaluation of our Walking and Cycling Schools Programme.
This report highlights the key trends in transport and travel in Scotland for the first year of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This consultation will help the Scottish Government to develop an Aviation Strategy that realises its vision for aviation.
The study analyses a range of scenarios including differing levels of zero-emission vehicle uptake and changes in travel behaviour to understand the magnitude and range of change required for Scotland to meet its climate change targets.