Falco UK Ltd
Falco is the UK’s leading designer, manufacturer and installer of cycle hubs, cycle shelters, cycle counters, CyclePath LED lighting and all types of cycle parking infrastructure.
Falco has completed the three largest cycle parking projects ever seen in the UK including; the UK’s largest cycle hub at Cambridge Station incorporating 3,000 cycle parking spaces as well as the UK’s first series of community cycle hubs as part of the London Borough of Waltham Forest’s Mini Holland Programme and the UK’s first ever cycle hub at Leeds City Station. Falco also supplied and installed the UK’s first series of interlinked cycle counters on behalf of Sustrans and the Scottish Government.
Contact » Paul Downie
Unit 8, Leekbrook Way, Leekbrook, Staffordshire
Phone » 01538 380080
Website » http://www.falco.co.uk/
Pindar Creative is a leading expert in producing publicity to promote active travel, offering both printed and interactive solutions.
We deliver specialist design, cartography, typesetting, data collection and proof checking services, complemented by our in-house print and distribution facilities.
Our core products include printed and interactive cycling and walking maps, public transport maps, site-specific active travel maps, wayfinding solutions, onward travel information, bus and rail timetables, and road-side publicity (including fully automated bus stop panels from TransXChange or ATCO CIF). Our interactive mapping websites can be built to do almost anything you like.
We work in partnership with a wide range of clients including Living Streets, TfL, local authorities, combined authorities, universities and colleges, NHS, and bus and rail operators.
Contact » Jill Tinsley
Unit 8A, Alton House Office Park, Gatehouse Way, Aylesbury, HP19 8XU
Phone » 01296 390100
Email address » email@example.com
Website » https://www.pindarcreative.co.uk/
Carplus is the national charity promoting shared transport. In Scotland, we are funded by the Transport Scotland (an Executive Agency of the Scottish Government) to develop and support car clubs across the county.
A car club is a member-based organisation that provides access to self-service, pay-as you-drive vehicles. Car clubs are an enabler of behaviour change, providing options for people who want to give up their car but still gives them access to new, fuel efficient vehicles when the journey can’t be made by walking, cycling or public transport.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0131 243 2734.
Contact » Allie Page
5 Rose Street
Phone » 0131 243 2734
Email address » email@example.com
Website » https://www.carplus.org.uk/
NHS Health Scotland - Healthy Working Lives
We’re here to help employers create a safer, healthier and more motivated workforce. We work with all kinds of businesses, completely free of charge, offering practical information and advice to help improve health and safety and the wellbeing of everyone at work.
Contact » Graeme Stevenson
Phone » 0141 414 2899
Email address » firstname.lastname@example.org
Website » http://www.healthscotland.scot/
Glasgow Bike Station
Glasgow Bike Station transforms lives through cycling. Our vision is healthy, green and happy communities where everyone has access to a bicycle, and our mission is to make cycling accessible to people in Glasgow and beyond. To do this we:
• Sell affordable and high quality refurbished bicycles
• Offer Maintenance Training and Fix Your Own Bike sessions
• Offer on road cycle training to increase confidence, and much more...
To ensure that our services are accessible and available to all, we have developed a comprehensive out-reach programme that offers free cycling-based activities and services to everyone from pre-school children, right through to older adults. Through these programmes we have reached more than 60,000 people in the Glasgow area to date.
Phone » 0141 248 5409
Email address » email@example.com
Cycling UK’s vision is of a healthier, happier and cleaner world, because more people cycle.
We want people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to be able to cycle safely, easily and enjoyably.
Cycling UK has championed the cause of cycling for well over a century. We promote all forms of cycling, protect the interests of existing and would-be cyclists, and inspire people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities to discover the joys of cycling.
As an independent, democratic and expert organisation, our activities reflect the commitment of our members, volunteers and partners to make cycling mainstream, making a lasting difference to the lives of individuals and communities.
Cycling UK development projects in Scotland include the Edinburgh All-ability Bike Club, the Big Bike Revival, the Belles on Bikes network and the Kidical Mass network. Cycling UK also works in partnership with Cycling Scotland, Play Scotland and the Glasgow Bike Station for the Play on Pedals project.
Contact » Claire Connachan
Phone » 07500 847 381
Email address » firstname.lastname@example.org
Website » http://www.cyclinguk.org/
Spokes is a voluntary organisation with 1200 members, mainly in Edinburgh and Lothian, aiming to promote cycling for everyday transport and to persuade councils and government to do the same, including through high quality infrastructure.
Activities include extensive political lobbying, public meetings, traffic counts, stalls, bike rides, and bike maps (over 120,000 sold). Our 13,000-copy Bulletin goes to 1500 decision-makers across Scotland and is free in bike shops, libraries, etc.
Cycle use has grown from 1% of commuter trips when Spokes began to 7% now, and our counts show it continues to rise.
One of our greatest success has been Edinburgh Council allocating 10% of its transport budget to cycling. We've been less successful with the Scottish Government, which still allocates less than 2%. We need your support!! - join Spokes.
Phone » 0131 313 2114
Email address » email@example.com
Website » http://www.spokes.org.uk/
Love to Ride
Love to Ride is a world-leading behavioural change app and website designed to get more people cycling and to get people cycling more. In particular we focus on getting non-cyclists on their bikes. To date we have 260,000 users, 59,000 of whom are new cyclists, from 250 cities in 12 countries. Love to Ride is free for anyone in the UK to use all year-round, but extra functionality and rewards are unlocked through the formation of local partnerships.
In Scotland we have worked in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, West Lothian, Falkirk, Clackmannanshire, and Argyll & Bute, and look forward to nurturing further collaborations so as to continue to grow cycling in Scotland.
Phone » 07734833451
Email address » firstname.lastname@example.org
Diva is the UK’s leading sustainable transport marketing agency, delivering intelligent communications and creative campaigns to encourage behaviour change. Named as the best small integrated agency in last year’s Prolific North awards, Diva’s work has won numerous awards for measurable behaviour change and creative approaches to promoting sustainable transport, from national campaigns through to targeted local projects.
Diva delivers communications consultancy, research, creative services, campaign design and delivery, branding, media relations and digital communications. With nearly 20 years of high-quality strategy, creative and design experience and a team of motivated, imaginative and committed marketers, digital designers and artworkers, Diva prides itself on exceeding client expectations.
Contact » Amy Boyle
Phone » 0114 221 0378
Email address » email@example.com
Website » http://www.divacreative.com/
Sustainable Scotland Network
Keep Scotland Beautiful manages and develops the Sustainable Scotland Network (SSN) to improve Scotland’s public sector performance on sustainability and climate change. SSN is based on a partnership of the Scottish Government, Keep Scotland Beautiful and SSN members throughout the public sector.
SSN is supported by the Scottish Government to work with the 150 public sector organisations in Scotland which have been identified as major players in Scotland. The major players include Scotland's 32 local authorities, 25 colleges, 19 universities, 14 regional NHS boards, 5 Special NHS Boards, and many other bodies.
The SSN currently has over 650 individual members, all of whom work on climate change, sustainability or energy in one of these organisations.
Contact » Kathryn Duncan
Phone » 01786 468784
Email address » firstname.lastname@example.org
Chambers Electronics specialise in outdoor counters including people, bicycle, car and horse counters, as well as multi-category counters (e.g. bicycle-people) that count each category of user separately.
Our systems are automated, battery-operated, easy to install, and maintenance-free.
Our counters feature our RadioBeam™ technology for reliable counting in all weather conditions.
Contact » Kenzie Mackenzie
Phone » 01463790400
Email address » email@example.com;
Website » http://www.chambers-electronics.com/
Arup is the creative force at the heart of many of the world’s most prominent projects in the built environment and across industry. As a firm, we are passionate about active travel and are dedicated to promoting new opportunities for encouraging sustainable travel.
We are truly global. From 91 offices in 39 countries, our 11,000 planners, designers, engineers and consultants deliver innovative projects across the world with creativity and passion. Founded in 1946 with an enduring set of values, our unique trust ownership fosters a distinctive culture and an intellectual independence that encourages collaborative working. The people at Arup are driven to find a better way and to deliver better solutions for our clients.
Contact » Reggie Tricker
Scotstoun House, South Queensferry, Edinburgh, EH30 9SE
Phone » 0131 331 1999
Email address » reggie.Tricker@arup.com
Website » http://www.arup.com/walking
Central Scotland Green Network Trust
The Central Scotland Green Network Trust’s (CSGNT) central purpose is to work with those who can make a difference through action, advocacy or partnership, to realise the Central Scotland Green Network (CSGN), transforming the environment in central Scotland.
Through the delivery of the CSGN, the Scottish Government is seeking a step change in environmental quality in central Scotland to address disadvantage and attract inward investment, whilst sustaining and enhancing biodiversity, landscape quality and wider ecosystems.
The CSGN is one of 14 national developments in the Scottish Government’s National Planning Framework which identifies three priority areas of work: • Vacant and derelict land • Communities of disadvantage • Active travel routes
CSGNT will be publishing five green active travel case studies, showcasing local and international projects which integrate active travel routes and green infrastructure. Details of these case studies will be available at CSGNT’s stand.
Contact » Michael Ewart
Hillhouseridge, Shottskirk Road, Shotts, North Lanarkshire, ML7 4JS
Phone » 01501 822015
Email address » firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday 14 June 2017
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