For this report, the charity CoMoUK collected data from the two main national operators in Scotland, Co-wheels Car Club and Enterprise Car Club, plus three community car clubs and 1,499 individuals across Scotland.
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Carrie Armstrong, Partner at Addleshaw Goddard, discusses how there is an urgent need for a coordinated policy framework - in and out of the transport sector - in order for Scotland to reach its climate goals.
Contributors to the report – drawn from the rail, road, shipping and aviation sectors – agreed there is “urgent need for a co-ordinated policy framework” that reviews “how transport provisions interact."
Why should authorities buy into Mobility-as-a-Service? Dr Alastair McInroy, CEO of Technology Scotland, tells Intelligent Transport's Sam Mehmet how MaaS Scotland is looking to provide evidence that MaaS solutions carry more than just the benefit of service integration.
A collaborative approach has been taken to the development of the document, with more than 60 organisations and 6,500 people contributing.
The CAV Roadmap highlights how Scotland can best benefit from and contribute to the connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) industry in the future.
The Plugged-In Households Grant Fund scheme is said to offer alternatives to car ownership and affordable access to ultra-low emission vehicles.
In a joint project between public transport operators, the National Entitlement Card Programme Office, Young Scot and Transport Scotland, all 16 types of public transport smartcards can now be used between transport modes.
A survey of Scotland’s transport and travel habits has found that satisfaction with public transport has dropped by 10 per cent.
Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister, has announced plans to mitigate the effects of climate change and reduce Scotland’s carbon emissions with initiatives such as a £500 million investment in bus infrastructure.
In a bid to encourage active transport, Transport for Scotland pledges a further £1.8 million to the development of walking and cycling facilities.
Michael Matheson, Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure and Connectivity, discusses how Scotland is supporting new transport initiatives to combat climate change.
A new National Transport Strategy for Scotland that presents a marked change in the approach to transport for the next 20 years has been published for public consultation.
The European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) is set to invest £13.25 million in the Low Carbon Travel and Transport Challenge Fund across Scotland, a significant increase in funding from previous years.
In an attempt to connect rural Scotland, new eco-buses will offer an on-demand service picking up and dropping off passengers at safe points along the route rather than pre-determined stops.