Cycle Friendly Campus Award for University of the West of Scotland Paisley Campus

Universicycle_friendly_capus_logoty of the West of Scotland receives Cycle Friendly Campus Award from Cycling Scotland.

Staff and students at University of the West of Scotland Paisley Campus celebrated receiving the Cycle Friendly Campus Award from Cycling Scotland in recognition of their commitment to getting more staff and students cycling.

The award, which is delivered with funding from Transport Scotland, recognises the efforts of Scotland’s colleges and universities that promote cycling as an accessible and convenient travel choice, was presented to Marcus Ross, Director of Strategic Planning and Development at the University, by Cycling Scotland’s Paul Wright, in recognition of the outstanding level of commitment the University has shown to encourage cycling to, from and around campus.

Paul Wright, Cycling Scotland Behaviour Change Manager said, “Cycling Scotland has worked closely with University of the West of Scotland on working towards achieving the Cycle Friendly Campus Award. The University has shown great commitment to getting more people cycling around the campus and I am really pleased to present the team with the award. I look forward to working with them in the future to ensure staff and students can continue to travel confidently and conveniently to the campus.”

The Cycle Friendly Campus Award is run by Cycling Scotland with funding from Transport Scotland and recognises exemplar projects from Scotland’s college and university campuses where cycling is a real and accessible part of campus life. Campuses can register to become a Cycle Friendly Campus online at


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