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Two children standing in front of a lorry
Alexander Quayle's picture
21 May 2019

Sustrasn 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...

Big Pedal launch with Angellica Bell at St Richard Reynolds Catholic College in Twickenham
1 April 2019

Cycling, scooting and walking has many health and environmental benefits. Despite this, 42% of primary school children are driven to school, while congestion and idling car engines pollute the air outside schools across the UK.

Our recent YouGov poll revealed that...

Categories: Environment Health Schools
Jools Walker talking at the Women and Cycling Roundtable
28 March 2019

In March 2019, Sustrans Research and Monitoring Unit held a roundtable discussion on women and cycling to determine what needs to happen next.

We invited a broad cross-section of speakers and guests who had an understanding of the issues around the lack of women...
woman speaking to small audience in meeting room
20 March 2019

In March 2019, Sustrans Research and Monitoring Unit held a roundtable discussion on women and cycling to determine what needs to happen next.

We invited a broad cross-section of speakers and guests who had an understanding of the issues around the lack of women...

Children outside of their school gates
20 March 2019

The burning of fossil fuel may represent the biggest threat to the health of our children and is a primary source of global inequality and environmental injustice. What can we do to counter these challenges? How can we engage children in promoting agendas for change?

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Categories: Air Quality Schools
Children scooting to school
15 March 2019

Youth is wasted on the young, or so they say. Something I’d usually tend to agree with looking back at the years I spent dragging my feet to school. However, over recent months, we’ve seen young people rise up, and send arguably one of the most important political messages to...

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