Our 2021 Annual Report, setting out our activities in the year to September 2021.
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.
Our annual accounts for the financial year ended 31 March 2021.
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.
Our response to LNER’s ‘East Main Line 2022 timetable’ consultation.
Our response to Transport Scotland’s ‘Traffic Regulation Order Review’ consultation.
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.
Analysis of sustainable transport policy commitments in the party manifestos for the 2021 Scottish Parliament elections.
Our response to the Jacobs/Aecom ‘Strategic Transport Projects Review (STPR2) Update and Phase 1 Recommendations’ report.
Views from members of the Scottish Parliament’s Cross-Party Group on Cycling, Walking & Buses at its final meeting held on 09/03/21.
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).