Sustrans Scotland is hugely disappointed at the Scottish Parliament’s rejection of the 20mph (restricted roads) Bill.
We had worked alongside many third sector bodies and charities to present...
13 June 2019
Mayor Micheala Boyle at launch of a new online cycle and greenways map with Emma Hagger Sustrans Active Travel Officer and Mike Savage Greenways Development Officer, DCSDC
Krysten Maier, Sustrans Active Travel Officer with new bikes at Ebrington Square, L'Derry
Cycling in Derry~Londonderry got a double boost with two new resources launched in Bike Week (8-16 June).
A new online map was launched by Derry and Strabane District Council (DCSDC) which marks out...
12 June 2019
Responding to the Government’s updates to the Cycle to Work Scheme, Xavier Brice Chief Executive at Sustrans, the walking and cycling charity, said:
“We warmly welcome the new Cycle to Work Scheme...
10 June 2019
An estimated 84% of disabled people living in the UK’s biggest cities never cycle for local journeys, yet one third (33%) say they would like to start cycling
The “Inclusive cycling in towns and cities” report, published today by Sustrans and Arup highlights that women, older and disabled people continue to be neglected in cycling. This is despite the UK...
It was great to have the support of TV and radio broadcaster, Angellica Bell, at the launch of this year's Big Pedal with pupils from St Richard Reynolds School in Richmond.
Angellica Bell was at Wormholt Primary School in west London for this year's Big Pedal as thousands of children walked, cycled or scooted to school.
We loved seeing children and parents at St Richard Reynolds school, Richmond, enjoying the freedom to play, cycle, walk and scoot on their traffic-free school street for the Big Pedal.
It’s been a fantastic Big Pedal year with a record-breaking number of schools taking part in our annual challenge. It was great to see so many families ditching the car and getting to schools under...
29 May 2019
Sustrans Scotland is collaborating with a number of active and sustainable travel organisations to launch a new website to promote active travel.
Way to Work is a new, free, online tool for...
28 May 2019
A total of 3.8% of school pupils said they cycled to school in 2018, up from 2.8% in 2010.
The findings form part of the annual 2018 Hands Up Scotland Survey, an official statistic in Scotland.
The percentage of pupils cycling to school each year continues to increase according to new research released by Sustrans Scotland.
A total of 3.8% of school pupils said they cycled to school in 2018...