Smarter Choices, Smarter Places Learning Series

Book now for first event in Lenzie on 25 February 2014

We’re sorry but we won’t be bringing you a conference this year! Instead we are supporting the Smarter Choices, Smarter Places learning events.

Transport Scotland is rolling out a short series of free practice based events to share the learning from the Smarter Choices, Smarter Places programme. The first of these will take place on 25 February 2014 in Lenzie. The day will include informative walking and cycling tours looking at infrastructure and signage; and short presentations on the support available for setting up Smarter Choices, Smarter Places interventions.

A programme is available to download here and you can book online here. Numbers are limited so early booking is advised. For more information visit the Paths for All website.


Event Details

Date: 25 February 2014

Location: Lenzie Public Hall, Kirkintilloch Road, G66 4LD

Cost: Free of charge

Book: Book online by 17th February 2014


PLUS – more information coming soon on future events in the Smarter Choices, Smarter Places series:

  • Falkirk, 11 March – looking at marketing, school travel planning and including walking & cycling tours.
  • Dumfries, mid May – looking at multi-modal journeys, including tours and presentations.


WCCC 2013 Presentation slides!

We hope you enjoyed this year’s conference! Presentations are now available and can be found on the downloads page.

WCCC 2013 Exhibitor Booking Form!

The Exhibitor Booking Form for the 2013 Walking, Cycling, Connecting Communities Conference is available below.  The WCCC Conference is a great opportunity to exhibit to delegates representing a wide range of public, private and charitable organisations that support active travel, so don’t miss out on this opportunity! Download Exhibitor Booking Form: WCCC Exhibitor Booking Form 2013


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