Bike donations needed

De'ils On Wheels, our community bike workshop, is running low on adult and youth bikes. Any donations of unwanted bikes will be much appreciated. Read more

Glasgow Low Emission Zone comes into force

Scotland's first ever Low Emission Zone (LEZ) came into force from 1 January 2019 in Glasgow City Centre . The LEZ is an important milestone for improving air quality. Read more

Active Nation Commissioner appointed

Former professional mountain bike rider and co-founder of the Adventure Syndicate, Lee Craigie, has been appointed as the new Active Nation Commissioner for Scotland. Read more

Connecting Glasgow report published

Glasgow Connectivity Commission recently published Connecting Glasgow - Creating an Inclusive, Thriving, Liveable City, which is the first of two reports it is scheduled to publish. Read more

Pathways for everyone

Sustrans announces plan for first UK-wide network of traffic-free walking and cycling paths for everyone. Read more

Bike Life Glasgow report published

The UK's most comprehensive assessment of cycling in cities, Bike Life, has revealed that eight out of ten people in Glasgow (82%) support building more protected roadside cycle lanes even when this could mean less space for other road traffic. Read more

New River Clyde bridge crossing given the green light

The Clyde Waterfront & Renfrew Riverside (CWRR) project, which includes a new bridge across the River Clyde from Yoker to Renfrew, has taken a significant step forward after receiving planning consent. Read more

Views sought on 20mph roll-out across Scotland

The Scottish Parliament is currently considering the Restricted Roads (20 mph Speed Limit) (Scotland) Bill which would reduce the speed limit on most residential and urban streets from 30mph to 20mph. Read more

Climate change study finds burning waste is rubbish

The United Kingdom Without Incineration Network (UKWIN) has published a report that looks into the climate change impacts of waste incineration in the UK. Read more

Bikeability is great for your child

Bikeability Scotland is designed to give children the skills and confidence they need to cycle safely and encourage them to carry on cycling into adulthood. Glasgow Eco Trust works with local primary schools to deliver Bikeability Level 2. Read more

Glasgow's Open Spaces strategy consultation

Glasgow City Council has published a Consultative Draft Open Space Strategy which sets out the ways in which the people, flora and fauna of Glasgow are likely to make use of open space, now and in the future. Consultation is open until Mon 10 Dec 2018. Read more