Partner Information

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There is a range of partner information, services and products that can support SCSP projects. The list below is not exhaustive but does provide more information on the kind of support that is available.


Carplus

Working for accessible shared transport including car clubs, 2+ car sharing, bike sharing and taxi sharing.
Open the link below to find out how Carplus can support SCSP work.

icon Benefits of Car Clubs for Local Authorities (104.65 kB)


Energy Savings Trust

Helping people to save energy every day - through impartial advice, commitment to undertaking research and work with businesses and governments, we are influential in driving behaviour change and inspiring new energy efficiency programmes and policies.
Open the link below to find out how EST can support SCSP work.

icon EST transport services (208.28 kB)


Keep Scotland Beautiful

The charity that campaigns, acts and educates on a range of local, national and global environmental issues to change behaviour and improve the quality of people’s lives and the places they care for. KSB is committed to making Scotland clean, green and more sustainable.
Open the link below to find out how KSB can support SCSP work.

icon Keep Scotland Beautiful ISM handout (416.61 kB)


Lift Share

We work closely with you to implement our products and services to encourage further sustainable travel in your organisation

Open the link below to find out how Lift Share can support SCSP work.

icon Lift Share Pathways newsletter (361.06 kB)


Living Streets

We work with professionals and politicians to make sure every community can enjoy vibrant streets and public spaces. Our Walk to School and Walk to Work campaigns reach every area of Scotland. Through our Walkable Communities project, we empower community groups to deliver improvements to their walking environment.
Open the link below to find out how Lift Share can support SCSP work.

 iconSmarter Choices Smarter Places - Living Streets Scotland (640.7 kB)


Paths for All

We champion everyday walking as the way to a happier, healthier Scotland.
Open the link below to find out how Paths for All can support SCSP work.

icon PFA SCSP support (382.81 kB)


Regional Transport Partnerships

Scotland’s seven RTPs are all involved in encouraging mode shift and in promoting public transport and active travel. They can offer the benefits of a regional perspective and ensure consistent and strategic overview to meet the specific needs of each partner.

Open the link below to find out how RTP’s can support SCSP work.

icon Regional Transport Partnerships involvement in promoting behaviour change (177.63 kB)


Sustrans

Working to enable people in Scotland to travel by foot, bike or public transport for more of their everyday journeys.
Open the link below to find out how Sustrans Scotland can support SCSP work.

icon About Sustrans Scotland (1.67 MB)


Transport Scotland

The SCSP 2015/16 Programme is funded through Transport Scotland and builds on the learning from earlier SCSP Pilot projects delivered between 2009 and 2012. Transport Scotland will be helping to evaluate the impact of projects and in so doing build the case for further funding.

Open the links below for guidance on baseline data.

icon Smarter Choices - Baseline Data Sources Matrix (335.55 kB)

icon Smarter Choices - Baseline Data Sources (312.7 kB)


TravelKnowHow Scotland

TravelKnowHow Scotland is a unique online resource funded by Transport Scotland to encourage and support employers across Scotland in meeting the Low Carbon Scotland objective to increase the adoption of workplace Travel Plans.

It offers FREE and easy access to a wide variety of Travel Planning solutions, all in one place. Once registered, organisations gain access to a website which guides them through the entire travel planning process in a clear and easy to follow way, providing all the support and tools needed to engage with employees and start changing travel behaviour within their own organisation.

Open the link for more information:

icon Travelknowhow Scotland overview (682.89 kB)


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