Mother walking with a pram

Our Healthier Safer Streets community programme, funded by Transport Scotland, supports us to work with local residents and their stakeholders to take action for more walkable streets.

Older couple walking with umbrella
People walking through a city centre

We work in 5 local authority areas of Scotland each year, identifying and co-producing walking improvement projects at a neighbourhood level with community organisations and local authorities to make streets friendly and safer for everyone, and make walking the natural choice. We share project learning with partners via case studies and workshops. Recent work with community partners includes: 

Perth and Kinross

Work in partnership with Perth and Kinross Council and the Centre for Inclusive Living Perth and Kinross, improving accessibility and delivering more walkable streets for all.

Coupar Angus Report - pdf

Aberfeldy Report - pdf

Kinross report - pdf

Pitlochry report - pdf

Perth & Kinross case study


Workshops, advice and audits in Aberdeenshire to support the development of their Integrated Travel Town master planning process.

Banchory report - pdf

Banff report - pdf

Macduff report - pdf

Oldmeldrum report - pdf

Stonehaven report - pdf

Westhill report - pdf

Area overview report - pdf

Across the country

Workshops for local authority officers and stakeholders on the topics of 20mph toolkit and walkable streets for everyone. We will be running more workshops this year to share learning from project work.

Lower Speed Communities

Healthier Safer Streets funded by Transport Scotland

Transport Scotland

Get in touch

If you would like to know more about our work with communities, participate in our current projects, or would like some advice about walking and your local streets and spaces, please contact our Communities team on 0131 243 2649 or email