Views from members of the Scottish Parliament’s Cross-Party Group on Cycling, Walking & Buses at its final meeting held on 09/03/21.
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.
Scottish Parliament Cross-Party Group on Cycling, Walking & Buses — Legacy Report
Legacy report of the Scottish Parliament Cross-Party Group on Cycling, Walking & Buses, which Transform Scotland provided the secretariat function for in Session 5 of the Parliament (2016-21).
Evidence to the UK Parliament Transport Committee on zero emissions vehicles and road pricing
Transform submitted evidence to the UK Parliament Transport Committee on zero emissions vehicles and road pricing.
Evidence to the Scottish Parliament ECCLR Committee on the Climate Change Plan update
Transform submitted evidence to the Scottish Parliament’s Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee on the Climate Change Plan update.
Evidence to the Scottish Parliament REC Committee on the Climate Change Plan update
Transform submitted evidence to the Scottish Parliament’s Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee on the Climate Change Plan update.
Annual Report 2020
We published our Annual Report for 2020.
Access to Bike Schemes in Scotland (Transform Consulting report)
Report from our social enterprise consultancy Transform Consulting for Cycling Scotland on bike schemes in Scotland (e.g. pool bike fleets, public bike hire, cycle-to-work schemes, recycling schemes).
Transport recovery: Rebuilding public transport patronage
This report sets out transport investment priorities to rebuild public transport patronage post-lockdown.
Connected Recovery: Enabling the digital commute
This report sets out recommendations for making ‘the digital commute’ the norm post-lockdown.
Active Recovery: Locking-in the active travel benefits
This report sets out recommendations for locking-in the active travel benefits from the Coronavirus lockdown
Just Recovery: reversing the lockdown inequalities
The report sets out recommendations for the Scottish Government in designing its transport response to coronavirus so that the negative impacts of the lockdown are not “prolonged indefinitely”.
The Tourist Duty
In this report, we explore the rationale for introducing a Transient Visitor Levy (TVL), feature case studies and surveys and make policy recommendations for the Scottish Government and Scottish Local…