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Putting people first: Progress on walking and cycling in Glasgow and Edinburgh

Ideas include more segregated cycle lanes, Low Emission Zones and pedestrianisation of key areas.

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Edinburgh transport plans could deliver clean air but they need our support

Edinburgh Council wants your views on ambitious new plans to tackle pollution and congestion.

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Don’t believe the hype – Glasgow’s Low Emission Zone proposals are not progressive

Their LEZ proposals are too slow, not strong enough and fail to push bus companies.

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Glasgow’s ‘No Ambition Zone’ must be improved to solve city’s air pollution problems

Our "No Ambition Zone" protest has been heard, but there is still work to be done to achieve a fit for purpose Low Emission Zone in Glasgow

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No Ambition for Glasgow’s Low Emission Zone

Let's improve these weak air pollution proposals.

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Revealed: Scotland’s most polluted streets

Research reveals most polluted streets and confirms air pollution remains a public health crisis plaguing Scotland.

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2017: what we achieved

Looking past Trump and Brexit, 2017 was a fantastic year for progress in protecting Scotland’s environment.

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9 reasons why Scotland’s bus sector needs a shake-up

With a bus sector in crisis, we are urging the Government to give local transport authorities greater powers over the sector.

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Is change in the air for Scotland’s transport?

A look at promises and progress across transport in the last six months.

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