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9 Aug 2019 | NEWS
RIGHT TRACK – a workplace engagement platform aimed at encouraging changes in travel behaviour.
31 Jul 2019 | NEWS
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17 May 2019 | NEWS
£60 million will be invested in active travel infrastructure across Scotland.
4 Jul 2019 | NEWS
As part of this year’s Clean Air Day celebrations, our team joined forces with Glasgow Council to highlight how air pollution is a challenge that affects us all, not only in terms of our personal health but the health of our environment. The good news is that air pollution can be reduced, and that Home Energy […]
26 Jun 2019 | NEWS
Twelve organisations have gone the extra mile to create a healthier, more active workforce by achieving our Walk At Work award.
5 Jun 2019 | NEWS
In light of the recent Workplace Parking Levy proposals, sustainable travel expert Stuart Douglas shares his thoughts on the cost of parking.
27 May 2019 | NEWS
A £2 million fund to increase walking, cycling and sustainable travel in Scotland is open. Now in its second year, our Smarter Choices, Smarter Places Open Fund is being supported by the Scottish Government through its £80 million active travel budget. The fund aims to encourage people to change their behaviours to walk or cycle […]
Half way through National Walking Month, Kate Humble tells us why walking is so good for our happiness.
7 May 2019 | NEWS
Three quarters of people living in Scotland don’t know they could get three points on their licence for driving too close to someone cycling.
19 Mar 2019 | NEWS
Could your workplace benefit from new cycle parking, better shower and changing facilities or pool bikes? The Cycle Friendly Employer Development Fund provides grants of up to £25,000 for projects that support workplace cycling and is now open! Deadline for applications is 29th May 2019.
6 Feb 2019 | NEWS
Updated research shows that Christmas shoppers who walk to high streets could be spending more than those who drive there.