Monthly Archives: January 2015

Anderston – Kelvingrove active travel study

John Webster reports from the 27/01/15 launch of the Anderston – Kelvingrove Study, as organised by the Glasgow Centre for Population Health (GCPH) This meeting was held at The Lighthouse in Glasgow on 27 January 2015 and presented the results of a study of the views of users of this cycle/walking friendly route opened in…

Low Emissions Strategy Consultation: Transform Scotland news release

Heaping responsibility on Local Authorities will ensure failure: Need for Scottish Ministers to take action themselves Transform Scotland [1] have today (Fri 16 Jan) responded to the launch of the Scottish Government’s consultation on its ‘Low Emissions Strategy’. [2] Transform Scotland director Colin Howden said: “The promotion of Low Emission Zones is of course the…

Active travel investment needed for transformational change

Transform Scotland have issued a parliamentary briefing circulated ahead of the 7 January 2015 Scottish Government debate in the Scottish Parliament on Active Travel. The briefing concludes: “It is clear that there is ample resources within the Scottish Government’s own budgets to transform conditions for walkers and cyclists in Scotland. So the lack of adequate…