Cycling without Age

Check out Lorna’s excellent article on the fun opportunities you can have helping Cycling without Age.

Sustrans to promote Perth as a Cycling City is looking for case studies for the Bike Life Perth report. Bike Life is the UK’s biggest assessment of cycling in cities and this year they are starting to roll out in Scotland. Here is a link to last year’s Edinburgh report to give you an idea of what they are looking to replicate in Perth.

As part of the report they will include case studies that will highlight different views and experience of cycling in Perth city, in as much of a diverse way as possible, she is currently trying to gather some contacts or suggestions of people/situations that would be good to capture for the report. It will be a positive, engaging report that aims to influence and encourage policy and decision makers to prioritise investment in cycling infrastructure. As well as the case studies she will be organising a photoshoot to capture the city and may potentially look for willing participants who don’t mind being photographed cycling in the city.

If you want to provide a case study and/or be engaged in a photoshoot please contact Moira directly.

Tay Street now shared use

We won! Perth and Kinross Council have agreed to a redetermination order to
make Tay Street (Perth) footway shared use. See the full report – Tay Stree redetermination.  Latest news in June 2018 includes the redetermination of the footpath along Shore Road.  See map for what has been approved.

Map of Highland Perthshire

Updated 2016. Scale 1:100,000 12 graded cycle routes including Etape Caledonia. Waterproof and double sided. Includes the earlier East Perthshire map and the Strathearn map north of Crieff and Comrie. Also includes some mountain bike areas.
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Perth Transport Futures Project

Get latest updates on this project here 

Update on Perth Green Routes

An update on new Green Routes in Perth and Kinross can be found here