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- Automobile Association (AA)
The largest motoring organisation with some 3,300 highly trained patrols.
- British Parking
British Parking - Park Mark - Safer Parking
- Camera Safety Partnership
Camera Safety Partnership
Travel smart with less mileage. Reduce congestion. Reduce pollution. Reduce environmental damage.
- Central Scotland Safety Camera Partnership
Central Scotland Safety Camera Partnership has been formed as an effective way of utilising the income from fixed penalty fines to improve road safety.
- Choose Another Way
A site to help you choose another way of travelling. We think we’ll all get a lot more out of life when we get out of our cars more often. There are all sorts of travel options. So why not give some a go? Choose another way.
Link to Clackmannanshire Council's Cyclescheme. Employees can create their Cyclescheme voucher from this link.
- Department for Transport
Information about the Department for Transport
- Describe Online - Improving Access through Information
Describe Online - Improving Access through Information
- Designing Streets
The consultation seeks views on the draft of Designing Streets as a new planning policy. It incorporates the principles of PAN 76 (New Residential Streets) as well as more comprehensive information and guidance and therefore will supersede PAN 76. Designing Streets is intended to be a companion document to “Designing Places” and aims to apply the principles of good design contained in that policy to both new and wherever possible, existing streets. The intended outcome is streets that are better
Dial-A-Journey provide a friendly and reliable 'door-to-door' transport service for people with mobility problems who are unable to use conventional public transport.
- First Group
Information on First Bus and Rail journeys
- First Scotrail
Information on train journeys including those from Alloa Railway Station.
- International Road Safety Week
Details of world wide sfaety week led by the World Health Organisation.
- Junior Road Safety Officers
JRSO stands for Junior Road Safety Officer. Usually there are two Primary 6 pupils appointed as JRSOs in each primary school for a one year period. The JRSOs are ‘employed’ by the school to help their local Road Safety Officer promote road safety issues within the school and local community.
- Let's Walk to School
This is the site where you will find all the Latest News about the National Walking To School initiative.
- Manual for Streets
Manual for Streets
- National Association of Blue Badge Holders
The Object of the Association is to help people with disabilities to integrate more effectively with the community at large and receive their rights in regards to monetary and physical assistance and access.
- National Rail Enquiries
National Rail Enquiries provides up-to-the-minute advice on journey planning and train service updates.
- National Rail Enquiries - Information for disabled passengers
National Rail Enquiries - links to information for disabled travellers using the railway network.
- National Transport Strategy
Scottish Government - National Transport Strategy
- Perth & Kinross Council - Core Paths Plan
Perth & Kinross' Adopted Core Paths Plan
- Road Safety Fund
Our mission is to invest in the preventative measures that are proven to reduce the risk or severity of road injury.
- Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents
Providing information, advice, resources and training, RoSPA is actively involved in the promotion of safety in all areas of life - at work, in the home, and on the roads, in schools, at leisure and on (or near) water.
- Safe Routes to Schools
Sustrans, the sustainable transport charity, works on practical projects to encourage people to walk, cycle and use public transport for health, safety and environmental reasons. Their aim is to create a Safe Route to School for every child in the UK.
- Scottish Road Safety Campaign
The SRSC's remit is to develop and co-ordinate Scotland-wide road safety initiatives and campaigns.
- SEPA - Flooding: what to do and who can help
Advice from SEAp on what to do before, during and after a flood and who can help.
South East of Scotland Transport Partnership
- Stirling Council - Core Paths Plan
Stirling Council's Adopted Core Paths Plan
- SUDS for Roads
Guidance for developing sustainable urban drainage systems
Sustrans - the sustainable transport charity - works on practical projects to encourage people to walk, cycle and use public transport in order to reduce motor traffic and its adverse effects.
- The Highway Code
The Highway Code
- Traffic Scotland
Traffic Scotland enables the collection and distribution of real-time traffic information relating to incidents and events currently taking place on the Scottish trunk road network.
- Transport Energy
TransportEnergy is a division of the Energy Saving Trust; a non-profit company established by the Government to help the UK meet its international commitments to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
- Transport Scotland
The national transport agency for Scotland, whose purpose is to help deliver the Scottish Executive's vision for transport, making a real difference for people and businesses using the national rail and road networks.
- Transport Scotland Concessionary Travel Website
Transport Scotland Concessionary Travel website
Public Transport Information
- Traveline Scotland
Plan any public transport journey within Scotland and from Scotland to main points in the UK. Aims to provide accurate, up to date and impartial timetable information to get you to your destination by the quickest public transport mode.
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