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See below for a list of consultations, campaigns and online actions.

See Scottish Government, Transport Scotland,  UK Department for Transport and European Commission websites for details of other current consultations.


City of Edinburgh Council — Trams to Newhaven Public Consultation

29 April 2018

In late 2017, the City of Edinburgh Council approved the Outline Business Case for taking Edinburgh Trams to Newhaven. Since then they have spent time further developing our plans for delivering the line. The Council has now reached the point where we feel the plans as proposed are ready to go out to public consultation to allow you, as a...


REC Committee — Call for Evidence on post legislative scrutiny

30 April 2018

The Parliament’s Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee has launched a call for evidence on the scrutiny of legislation introduced through the Scottish Parliament. This will allow the Committee to look back and investigate whether established pieces of legislation within its remit are working effectively for the people of Scotland...


Clackmannanshire Council Active Travel Survey

30 April 2018

Clackmannanshire Council is currently working on a number of active travel projects to encourage walking and cycling in and  around Clackmannanshire. The Council like to know what you think about the walking and cyling network in Clackmannanshire and how that network is promoted. The deadline for this survey is 30 April 2018. T...


Sustrans — Big Pedal school challenge

04 May 2018

Sustrans Big Pedal is the UK’s largest inter-school cycling and scooting challenge inspiring pupils, staff and parents to choose two wheels for their journey to school. Sustrans Big Pedal will run for 10 days from 23 April to 4 May 2018 and is open to individual classes as well as whole schools. What is the challenge? On...


Glasgow City Council — High Street/Saltmarket Action Plan consultation

07 May 2018

Glasgow City Council considers the High Street/Saltmarket area of Glasgow to be a key priority for regeneration in the city centre, with a consensus that not enough has been done in recent years to uplift and enhance an area that comprises the city’s historic heart. The objective of this consultation on the High St/Saltmarket Action Pla...


Angus Council — Reintroduction of car parking charges consultation

08 May 2018

In February 2018 Angus Council approved the introduction of car parking charges for both on-street and off-street parking. Charges are being reintroduced to allow the council to protect vital services across communities at a time of radical reductions to local authority funding. The charges will also ensure that quality off street car par...


Aberdeen City Council — Local Development Plan pre-main issues questionnaire

08 May 2018

Aberdeen City Council is currently in the early stages of reviewing the Aberdeen Local Development Plan 2017 (ALDP). The 2018 Development Plan Scheme provides a timetable for the review of the ALDP and the opportunities to participate throughout the process. This consultation form...


East Lothian Council — Local Transport Strategy

10 May 2018

A draft Local Transport Strategy has been produced by East Lothian Council to cover the period from 2018 to 2024. The draft Strategy reflects the key role of transport and outlines plans for ongoing development taking into account the wider changes in East Lothian as detailed in the Local Development Plan. You can share your views on the ...


Glasgow City Council BE GOOD Public Transport Challenge survey

11 May 2018

Improving public transport has been identified by Glasgow Community Planning Partnership (GCPP) as a key enabler in allowing everyone to connect to opportunities to work, access training and education, shop and socialise in the city. This short anonymised survey is designed to capture your thoughts and experiences on moving around the cit...


Glasgow City Council — Parks Vision consultation

11 May 2018

Glasgow City Council is developing a new vision for parks and greenspaces in Glasgow.  The Council is keen to make sure the vision of what Glasgow’s parks and green spaces may look like and what roles they will perform in the future comes from the communities that use and love these spaces. To have your say, please see