You wait years and years for some possible segregated cycle infrastructure and then two plans come along at once! We’ve already discussed the Roseburn to Leith Walk, which you should be coming out in support of if you are based in Edinburgh.
After five years of PoPping in support of safe separate infrastructure we are starting to see results – but it’s now that cyclists really need to make their support known for schemes in their area. The Roseburn to Leith Walk
We’ve written about the Roseburn Path before, but this blog from local resident Eilidh Troup focuses on the school run aspect. If we’re not designing routes that children can use, then we aren’t really designing for mass cycling at all A
The Scottish Government today announced which local authority in Scotland would get funding to build a new school under the Community Education PLUS initiative. The South City school in Glasgow will serve the densely populated Southside of Glasgow and will
With the shockwaves from the EU referendum result still reverberating around the world, it might seem like no time to think about cycling. But whatever the future holds we will still need to think about the really important issues beyond
Unlike bicycles, ships are known for taking a long time to turn around – and there’s nothing with a longer turning circle than the ship of state. That makes it hard for campaigners to tell if they’re making a difference
Three party leaders and a government minister joined thousands of cyclists and marchers – including seven partially sighted ‘stokers’ on tandems – to keep active travel on the political agenda in this year’s Holyrood election in Edinburgh and Aberdeen. For
The McNicolls have been supporters of Pedal on Parliament from the start, and although they won’t be able to make it this year they have sent us this message of support for tomorrow Ian and I are sorry not to
NEWS RELEASE Thousands of cyclists – including at least two party leaders and a Scottish government minister – are expected to converge on the streets of Edinburgh and simultaneously in Aberdeen this weekend for Scotland’s biggest demonstration for safer streets.
We might be called Pedal on Parliament – but that doesn’t mean you have to come on a bike! Rhian Davies will be leading the marchers at POP this year. In this guest post she explains why she’ll be on