Our annual report reflects on the past year’s activities, focusing on our three key priorities for 2022/23: cutting traffic, making fares fair, and holding Government to account.
Report which scrutinises the Scottish Government’s performance on its commitments to sustainable transport.
This report reviews the current cost of public transport to users from different groups and how this impacts access, with recommendations for the government’s Fair Fares Review.
Transform Scotland engages with the Scottish business sector on measures to cut traffic by 20% by 2030.
A report commissioned from the Transport Research Institute at Edinburgh Napier University to evaluate measures to reduce road traffic in Scotland.
Report of the Scottish Parliament Cross Party Group on Sustainable Transport’s inquiry into the Scottish Government’s commitment to reduce car mileage by 20% by 2030.
Report analysing progress, or lack thereof, on Scottish Government Programme for Government commitments on transport made since the 2019 ‘Climate Emergency’ Programme for Government.
This report provides a blueprint for developing a successful strategic network of Active Freeways across Scotland, drawing on experience from the UK and Europe.
The report finds that despite promises that it will tackle the Climate Emergency, Scottish Ministers intend to nearly double their spending on new roads over the next decade.
This report assesses whether there has been progress made in embedding the benefits of distributed working necessitated by the pandemic lockdowns.
This discussion paper reflects on pandemic trends in transport, and the differing impacts that this has had on private and public transport use.
This report sets out how car-free city centres can be designed to better meet the needs and expectations of businesses, and how Scottish cities can create sustainable, successful urban centres.