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Glasgow Centre for Population Health (GCPH) has published a report – Active Travel in Glasgow: what have we learnt so far – which brings together GCPH learning on transport and health, with a specific focus on active travel.

In 2007, the GCPH established a programme of work to gather and analyse information about levels of active travel, to improve understanding of trends and influences on travel choices, and to evaluate the impact of transport policies and programmes on active, sustainable travel in Glasgow and the Clyde Valley area.

The infographic below shows the key findings from this research.

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Issue 5 of the West Glasgow Pedallers We Go Pedal news is out now! It’s been a wee while since our last newsletter and we have been busy working away to make Whiteinch and other local neighbourhoods more cycle friendly!

The latest issue is full of useful info about cycling in and around Glasgow including info about Cycle Friendly Employer scheme, Go Bike ward tours, St Paul’s Primary becoming a Cycle Friendly Primary school, news about the NextBike expansion,  and lots more. There is also information about Road Safety Week 2017 and Operation Close Pass.

So what are you waiting for – download the newsletter here – WGP_News_Issue5_Nov17 – and you will find copies popping up in various places in the local area including community centres, medical centres and libraries.

We’d really like to hear you feedback on the newsletter so once you’ve had a chance to read it let us know what you think – and if there’s anything you would like to see in future issues just let us know!

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As part of Transform Scotland’s 20th anniversary year, they want to hear your ideas to transform transport in Scotland

#Transform20 welcomes members of the public and organisations to submit their best ideas to improve Scotland’s transport system and deliver sustainable, affordable, reliable transport for everyone.

Whether it’s electrifying the rail network, making city centres car-free or introducing segregated cycle routes, they want to hear how you would transform transport in Scotland. Submit your idea by Friday 1 December.

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The Clyde Walkway app has been launched. The app covers the 65 km stretch between the vibrant city of Glasgow and the largest waterfall in the UK at the Falls of Clyde, allowing walkers and cyclists to explore one of Scotland’s Great Trails.

The Clyde Walkway app breaks the route into five manageable stages and invites users to make their own way along the fascinating route, depending on their interests and time available for traversing the route. Working on GPS, app users can chart their progress on the route as they go, even through rural areas with limited mobile signal. The app is available to download from the app store and the google play store.

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Are you affected by the school run at your school? Dumbarton Road Corridor Environment Trust (DRCET) and De’ils On Wheels are hosting a half-day School Run Summit on the morning of Tuesday 14 November at Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre, 64 Balmoral Street, Glasgow G14 0BL

The event will bring together a wide range of people and organisations from the G11/G12/G13/G14/G15 postcode areas to share knowledge and experience of the school run. This will include pupils, teachers, parents, parent councils, local residents, community councils, Council officers, elected members and other interested parties.

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Space for Cycling Glasgow are organising a family friendly ride on Sunday 22 October for a Better Byres Road that has a pleasant walking environment, safe cycling provision, and low volumes of motor traffic.

The latest design proposals for Byres Road lack a firm commitment in putting people first. They want a Byres Road in which a young child can cycle safely, a place where you can hear yourself chatting to a friend whilst crossing the street with ease and a safe street in which parents don’t have to worry about their children.

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Friends of the Earth Scotland are holding an event looking at Tackling Glasgow’s Air Pollution. The event will run from 6.30-8.30pm on Thursday 2 November 2017 at The Project Café, 134 Renfrew Street, Glasgow G3 6ST.

Levels of air pollution in Glasgow are breaking safety standards. Pollution has been linked with respiratory and cardiovascular illnesses, stunted foetal development as well as dementia and diabetes.

Glasgow City Council recently passed proposals to introduce a Low Emission Zone (LEZ) into the city, in line with the Scottish Government’s promise to have Scotland’s first LEZ in operation by 2018.

The event is free to attend but please reserve your place via the Eventbrite website.

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De'ils On Wheels Bike Workshop

WH Malcolm campaign

Contact Details

Main Office
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm
Heart of Scotstoun Community Centre, 64 Balmoral Street, Glasgow G14 0BL
t: 0141 433 0427
e: getinvolved@

De'ils On Wheels
Wed 11am-3pm, Thu 1pm-5pm
40 Kingsway Court, Scotstoun, Glasgow G14 9SU
m: 07515 879747
e: deilsonwheels@

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Legal stuff

DRCET is a recognised Scottish Charity (Charity No SC035954) and a company limited by guarantee registered in Scotland (Company No SC273114). Registered office as shown above.

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