Our annual accounts for the financial year ended 31 March 2022.
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.
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.
Our annual report reflects on the past year’s activities, and sets out what our three main priorities are for 2022/2023.
Transform Scotland responds to STPR2, arguing that whilst the proposals have much to welcome, that the lack of demand management planning and sense of urgency spoils the infrastructure strategy.
Transform Scotland responds to the Scottish Government’s Traffic Reduction consultation, arguing that in order to cut car kilometres by 20% by 2030, a clear and robust plan must be established…
Transform Scotland responds to the Scottish Government’s consultation on National Planning Framework 4, arguing that this plan will fail to deliver without a clear capital investment programme.
Transform’s rail spokesperson responds to the governments consultation asking what is needed for a long-term, wide scale rail strategy.
Transform responds to Transport Scotland’s Aviation Strategy consultation, noting how the proposal fails to take into account the role played by aviation on climate change.