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A woman using a recumbent handcycle
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12 June 2019

A new report published by Sustrans and Arup reveals that one third (33%) of disabled people in UK cities and towns would like to start cycling but 84% never do...

Two children standing in front of a lorry
21 May 2019

Sustrans research reveals children on foot or bike are more than three times as likely to be involved in a collision with a vehicle in the 20% most deprived areas in Scotland than the 20% least deprived areas.

We need more widespread high-quality infrastructure and...

Lorcan and Ruth together
15 May 2019

A growing body of evidence demonstrates a link between poor air quality and asthma, with recent findings revealing the UK has the highest rates of...

mother and child cycling in the city ©2018, John Linton
1 May 2019

The first report of the Connectivity Commission in December 2018 left me wanting more.

It identified many problems with transport in Glasgow that Sustrans Scotland recognise, but it didn’t...

People cycling on London's Cycle Superhighway ©2016, Jonathan Bewley, all rights reserved
23 April 2019

The ways that we move around are highly complex. How we make decisions about the routes we elect to use, and the destinations that we need to reach or that we choose to visit, serve to influence where and how traffic flows. Add to this more personalised factors about the ways...

Opening ceremony of the Ledaig link
18 April 2019

Recently we reviewed the entire National Cycle Network, all 16,575 miles, and in 2018’s Paths for everyone report we were honest in highlighting where the Network doesn't meet the high standards we've set ourselves at Sustrans. The report...

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