Targeting Traffic project lead Elspeth Wray reports on the Government’s ambitious commitment to cutting traffic levels by a fifth by 2030.Read more
Transform Scotland heralded the resilience of public transport and active travel as the latest Scottish Transport Statistics show a marked increase in journeys in 2021/22 compared to the previous year…Read more
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.
Workplace charging regimes and other traffic reduction measures can win the support of businesses if properly designed and focused on areas of strong economic activity, a report by Transform Scotland…Read more
Scottish Parliament cross-party group publishes new report responding to Scottish Government’s plan to cut road traffic levels by 20% by 2030 The Scottish Parliament’s Cross Party Group on Sustainable Transport…Read more
A year ago today we published our ‘Roads to Ruin’ report, which found that Transport Scotland: Note that this £7 billion is not the budget for repairs or upgrading existing…Read more
We have today published the video and minutes from the Cross-Party Group on Sustainable Transport meeting that took place on Tuesday 24 May. At this meeting Clare Linton, the policy…Read more
Transform Scotland has today published its response to the Scottish Government’s consultation on the ‘20% reduction in car kilometres’ route map. We strongly support the target and commend the Scottish…Read more
Commenting on today’s Spring Statement, Transform director Colin Howden said: “Today’s Spring Statement does absolutely nothing for public transport users. The Chancellor clearly thinks that everyone has a car. What…Read more
“Addiction to fossil fuels is mutually assured destruction”: Transform’s communications officer Rachel McFarlane sets out why cutting fuel duty is not the answer to the Ukraine crisis. The UN Secretary…Read more
We are delighted to announce that Bruce Whyte, Public Health Programme Manager at the Glasgow Centre for Population Health, is the confirmed speaker at the next meeting of the Cross-Party…Read more