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Parliamentary Debates and Questions

S5W-11431: Richard Lochhead (Moray)

Scottish National Party

Date lodged: 21 September 2017

To ask the Scottish Government which local authorities have adopted cycling strategies.

Answered by: Humza Yousaf 4 October 2017

The following table lists the local authorities which have adopted a cycling strategy or an active travel strategy. An active travel strategy is a strategy to encourage both walking and cycling, and therefore contains all the elements of a cycling strategy. Local authorities have developed them in response to action 4 of the Cycling Action Plan for Scotland 217, with guidance and support provided by Sustrans and Transport Scotland to assist their development.

Local Authority

Cycling / active travel strategy

 

Year of adoption

Aberdeen City Council

Aberdeen Active Travel Action Plan 2017-2021

 

2017

Aberdeenshire Council

Aberdeenshire Walking and Cycling Action Plan

 

2009

Angus Council

Angus Active Travel Strategy

 

2016

City of Edinburgh Council

The City of Edinburgh Council Active Travel Action Plan

 

2010 (refreshed 2016)

Dumfries & Galloway Council

Dumfries and Galloway Active Travel Strategy

 

2015

Dundee City Council

Dundee Cycling Strategy

 

2016

East Dunbartonshire Council

East Dunbartonshire Council Active Travel Strategy 2015-2020

 

2015

East Renfrewshire Council

East Renfrewshire Council Active Travel Action Plan

 

2015

Fife Council

Cycling Charter for Fife 2008-2013

 

2008

Glasgow City Council

Glasgow’s Strategic Plan for Cycling 2016-2025

 

2010 (refreshed 2016)

Inverclyde Council

Inverclyde Active Living Strategy

 

2014

Moray Council

Moray Council Active Travel Strategy 2016-2021

 

2017

North Lanarkshire Council

Walking and Cycling Strategy

 

2005

Renfrewshire Council

Renfrewshire Cycling Strategy 2016-2025

 

2016

South Lanarkshire Council

South Lanarkshire Council Cycling Strategy 2015-2020

 

2016

Stirling Council

Walking and Cycling to a Healthier Stirling

 

2016

West Lothian Council

Active Travel Plan for West Lothian 2016-2021: Making Active Connections

 

2016