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Resources for cutting car use

Walkipedia brings together information and evidence relating to walking, pedestrians, and active travel in Scotland. It provides quick access to relevant legislation, policies, strategies, guidance, research websites and statistics as well as to relevant organisations, detailing their programmes, initiatives and relevant toolkits.

Paths for All promote walking and cycling for everyday short journeys in Scotland, including providing funding. Their website has a large bank of success stories from around the country.

Sustrans' showcase has more examples of projects that encourage sustainable travel in towns around Scotland.

The original Scottish Government Town Centre Toolkit (2015) contains lots of information and examples about how streets and spaces can be designed to make them more attractive for walking and cycling.

Living Streets promotes walking as a mode of transport; their website contains information, advice and examples, including their Walking Connects guide for communities about better streets and pavements.

Way to Work contains links to a wide range of funding, tools, information and advice for Scottish employers and employees on walking, cycling, e-bikes, electric vehicles, car sharing and public transport.

TravelKnowHow Scotland is an online resource offering easy access to a variety of travel planning solutions.

CoMoUK (Co-Mobility UK) supports the UK’s transition to integrated mobility solutions, including car clubs, ride sharing and bike sharing, plus emerging modes including mobility hubs, on-demand buses and scooter sharing. Their website contains information and examples.

Transport Scotland supports walking and cycling at the national level, and provides information about funding opportunities.

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