Sustrans in Scotland

Working to enable people in Scotland to travel by foot, bike or public transport for more of their everyday journeys.

Sustrans Scotland promotes and coordinates over 2,000 miles of National Cycle Network in Scotland, working with our partners to maintain and expand the Network. We also work with communities and councils to create more safe and attractive environments for walking and cycling by building and improving infrastructure in all areas. 

Two men cycling along the Union Canal, Edinburgh

We’re proud of the progress we’ve made over the last three years almost all of which we have delivered in partnership with the Scottish Government, local government and other partners. This partnership work is allowing the people of Scotland to choose healthier, cleaner, more affordable and more sustainable journeys every day.

Bids for 2015/16 are now closed, with successful projects announced shortly. Find out more about the programme

Sustrans I Bike programme works with schools in Scotland delivering practical solutions to encourage cycling to school and beyond. 

Established in 2008, the Hands Up Scotland Survey is the largest national dataset to look at travel to school across Scotland.