Car clubs across Scotland have now completed over 240,000 miles in electric vehicles (EV), according to latest figures by Transport Scotland.
The Go-Hi mobility app has attracted new funding from the Scottish Government, for its expansion.
'Substantial' behaviour change on car travel needed to transition to net zero, says new report published by Transport Scotland.
The Scottish Government has launched the first £50 million phase of a new Scottish Zero Emission Bus Challenge Fund (ScotZEB).
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Enterprise has been selected as the car rental partner for the GO-HI mobility as a service (MaaS) project in the Highlands and Islands region of Scotland.
Scotland’s transport minister Graeme Dey has confirmed more than £1.2 million is being provided to support active travel.
CoMoUK has revealed the results of its fifth annual bike share reports including Britain and Scotland.
This report by CoMoUK reveals the latest evidence on the impact of shared bikes for Scotland.
The Scottish Government has allocated £1.79 million from its active travel budget to support 173 organisations across Scotland.
A third round of funding to increase active travel has been allocated £2 million from the Scottish Government’s active travel budget for 2020/2021.
Transport Scotland has shared statistics to show that traffic levels have spiked by as much as 70% over the weekend as lockdown measures have started to ease.
Videalert has achieved Approved Devices certification from Transport Scotland for its bus lane enforcement system.