A project to create safer, more welcoming places to walk, wheel, cycle and spend time in Leith is about to get underway. The first phase of Leith Connections will introduce measures to limit through traffic and enhance streets for pedestrians and people cycling in areas around Constitution Street, L
The landmark cyclist, pedestrian and wheeler Sighthill Bridge over the M8 will soon open to the public.
Midlothian Council has been successful in its applications for the Sustrans’ Places for Everyone fund to deliver three active travel projects.
Work is set to get underway to transform public spaces along a route between Roseburn and the Union Canal, creating a ‘green corridor’ and cycleway and bringing disused areas back into community use. Construction on the £12.5 million Roseburn to Union Canal Active Travel Route and
Just over £2 million has been secured from Sustrans' Places for Everyone Fund to support the development of Glasgow's proposals for the city network for walking, wheeling and cycling and the Liveable Neighbourhoods project.
Design work is ongoing on a cycle path to link Stoneyburn to Fauldhouse.
Final developed design elements for a project to transform the heart of Edinburgh’s First New Town have been published as part of the latest phase in the design process - Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Stage 3. If recommendations are approved, the George Street and Firs
The Stockingfield Bridge in north Glasgow has won the 2022 Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) People’s Choice Award, which recognises civil engineering projects that have made a positive impact on their local communities. The two-way spanning cable-stayed pedestrian and cycle bridge opened e
Work to develop a second set of Liveable Neighbourhoods in Glasgow will start soon after the appointment of two consultants to deliver early-stage work aimed at transforming communities into safer, more attractive spaces where everyday needs can be met locally. Funded by a Connecting Communities gra
A City Deal project led by Glasgow City Council that is helping to transform an area of North Glasgow into a vibrant neighbourhood by improving its connectivity with the city centre and adjacent communities has recently delivered public realm improvements and enhanced active travel routes. An upgrad
Glasgow's Liveable Neighbourhoods are set to reduce the city's car dependency by transforming streets into safer, more attractive spaces where everyday needs can be met locally and where people travelling actively and by public transport are prioritised. The climate crisis and recent pandemic have b
Sustrans has reopened its Places for Everyone programme funding to new applications for active travel infrastructure projects, the first time for over a year following the Covid-19 pandemic. Major urban active travel projects, such as the South City Way in Glasgow are currently being delivered using
A new sculpture commemorating the lifeboat service has been unveiled as part of the multi-million-pound Broughty Ferry flood protection scheme delivered by McLaughlin & Harvey. The public artwork, at Beach Crescent, takes the form of lifeboat davits, the arched cranes that hold emergency boats o
The Hayton Road underpass – which connects Woodside and Great Northern Road in Aberdeen – has been unveiled following a colourful redevelopment. The revamp of the underpass was carried out to improve accessibility and safety following a community consultation.
An event on South Portland Street this Thursday will offer local people, businesses and organisations the chance to find out more about the forthcoming Avenues Plus project, which will connect Glasgow city centre and communities on its fringes. Avenues Plus is a £21.4 million Sustrans-funded p