Examples of our projects Browse a selection of some of the big, bold and innovative projects that we and our partners have worked on across Scotland. Filter CategoriesFilter - AllEngineeringPlaces for EveryoneSpaces for PeopleCase Studies READ MORE Inclusive Design Webinar Series As part of our support for local authorities and other bodies to deliver high quality infrastructure that is accessible for all, we are hosting a series of webinars on inclusive design. READ MORE Public health improvements for Glasgow transport hubs As the most heavily populated city in Scotland, Glasgow is home to an extensive network of bus and rail links. READ MORE Safeguarding schools in Clackmannanshire against Covid-19 A combination of Spaces for People and Places for Everyone initiatives will help safeguard the school run as a safe and enjoyable commute. READ MORE Aberdeenshire local businesses benefit from new temporary measures Local businesses in Stonehaven are able to trade again safely thanks to physical distancing measures introduced by Aberdeenshire Council as part of their Spaces for People project. READ MORE Creating accessible rural routes in Inverness Through its Spaces for People bid, The Highland Council has made changes to make it easier for people with disabilities and additional mobility requirements to walk, cycle and wheel around Inverness. READ MORE New community artwork is unveiled through Small Grants Fund in Glasgow A new community artwork has been installed on Victoria Road in Govanhill using the Sustrans’ South City Way Small Grants Fund with three more still to come. READ MORE Young artists create new mural on Glasgow’s South City Way Sustrans’ South City Way Small Grants Fund has helped to support a Glasgow community association brighten its youth space with a new and iconic community mural. READ MORE Off-road Midlothian walking and cycling link to support new housing development A disused railway line linking two Midlothian communities has been transformed into a safe, traffic free walking and cycling route by Sustrans Scotland's Engineering team. READ MORE Cooperation paves the way for the Strathmore Cycle Network Community development trusts in Alyth, Blairgowrie and Rattray, and Coupar Angus have been working together to encourage walking and cycling between their villages. READ MORE Barriers to walking and cycling inspire new canal-side ramp Barriers to walking and cycling, identified by residents in Clydebank, has led to a local community centre creating an accessible route to the nearby canal. READ MORE Creating new neighbourhood links in Toryglen Our Behaviour Change Team looks at how community organisations can use their experience and connections to lead the design process. READ MORE Changing travel behaviour in Clackmannan Town Behaviour Change Officer Chris James looks at how a local authority and a development trust worked together to change travel in Clackmannan. READ MORE Reaching new audiences along the South City Way The Sustrans Scotland Behavior Change team look at how supporting local organisations opens cycling up to new audiences.