The fourth National Planning Framework draft consultation opened earlier this month, it sets out how the approach to planning and development will help to achieve a net zero, sustainable Scotland by 2045.

The National Lottery Community Fund is offering from £1,000 to £10,000 to support communities across the UK to take action on climate change.

Projects should reflect what matters to your community and can be small in scale. They could cover an area like:

Scotland’s answer to the New York Highline has been unveiled at Bowling Harbour in West Dunbartonshire with the transformation of a disused railway viaduct into a state-of-the-art linear park and walking, wheeling and cycling route at the western gateway to the Lowland canals.

Scottish Rural & Islands Transport Community Gathering

The 2021 Gathering will bring together bring together members of the rural and islands transport community from across the world.

Keeping to the spirit of the SRITC, the Gathering will be engaging, informative, interactive, and most importantly fun.

The UK Parliament's Scottish Affairs Committee has launched an inquiry into airports in Scotland. 

The Committee calls for evidence to be submitted on the following issues: 

Achieving an active Scotland for all: ebikes, adapted cycles and bike shares

On Wednesday 25 August 2021, Energy Saving Trust is hosting an afternoon of virtual presentations, panel discussions and breakout sessions that will explore how we can enable access to cycling for everyone in Scotland.

With the school summer holidays off to a sunny start, families across Stirlingshire are being urged to get on their bikes and enjoy the great outdoors.

Cycling UK has launched a new project to get more people in rural and remote areas of Scotland walking, wheeling and cycling.

CoMoUK has funding to offer micro-grants of up to £2,500, to established Scottish community groups setting-up a new shared transport scheme – either bike, car or ride share.