Research commissioned by the Transport Research Institute at Edinburgh Napier University which explored the feasibility of introducing European-style zebra crossings to Scotland.
Our campaigns communicate the sustainable transport agenda to the media, politicians at the Scottish Parliament, local government, businesses and the general public, promoting the benefits of sustainable transport to all sectors of our society. To do this, we publish materials on a broad range of transport topics.
Research conducted with Edinburgh Napier University highlighting the case for on-street trials of new European-style zebra crossings in Scotland.
Our response to ScotRail’s proposed timetables in light of the Levenmouth Rail Link reopening.
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.
Transform provides evidence to the Scottish Parliament debate on access to bus services, arguing for fair fares that address the long-term transport price trends which have penalised public transport users.
Our evidence to the Parliamentary debate on climate change highlights the need to take swift and coordinated action to tackle emissions from transport.
Our annual accounts for the financial year ended 31 March 2022.
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.