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Moving the Vote: transport conversations with the parties

In advance of May’s Scottish Parliament elections, we are hosting a series of online events to provide our members, the wider transport sector, and members of the public with the opportunity to engage with representatives of the main political parties in Scotland. A representative from each of the five main political parties in Scotland will outline their party’s vision for sustainable transport should they be elected and then allow delegates the opportunity to ask questions on key transport issues.

Corona Recovery Series

The Corona Crisis has severely impacted Scottish transport. We have published a series of reports on how we can ensure that the Corona Recovery leads us to a fairer, greener and more robust transport system. Throughout June 2020, we published a ‘Corona Recovery’ series of four reports that focus in on central challenges that the transport sector is facing, and accompanied these with a series of videocalls for our members.

#lovemybus — bus at heart of a just, green recovery

Bus can be a solution for tackling the challenges we face; improving our health, reducing pressure on the NHS, tackling inequalities and climate change, creating green jobs and strengthening our economy. How can we all help? Showing support for bus!


Inter-City Express: Bringing Scotland’s Cities Closer Together

We want to see a long-term programme of investment in the Scottish inter-city rail network so that rail, rather than road, can become the norm for travel between our cities.The ‘Inter-City Express’ campaign aims to transform rail travel in Scotland over the next fifteen years, bringing all seven of Scotland’s cities closer together with a ‘safe, civilised and sustainable mode of transport that is fit for the 21st Century’. Click here for the ICE website.


Fix It First: Mend all our roads now

We want to see investment focused on fixing our existing roads, cycle paths and pavements ahead of building more roads. And it’s not just us: 84% of Scots agree that priority should be given to fixing the existing road network. Scotland is calling on its Government to ‘Fix It First!’

You can find a collection of our past campaigns and their impact here.