Cycling Potential and National Monitoring Framework Expressions of Interest

Cycling Scotland logoCycling Scotland are now accepting EoI’s for the Cycling Potential Tool (CPT) and the National Monitoring Framework system.

Cycling Potential – Expression of Interest

 

Cycling Scotland’s Cycling Potential Tool (CPT) provides an evidence-base to support decision making and investment in cycling. The CPT analyses towns, cities and settlements down to street by street level, highlighting cycling potential through a visual map backed up by statistical outputs.

This EoI is to gather interest in potential partners for rolling out the base environment module.  The base environment module is the standard level of the CPT. The environment module examines several factors and data sets to provide analysis on the current situation within the project area. The environment module also calculates the potential number of people who could cycle in an area.

Download the Cycling Potential – Expression of Interest form here.

National Monitoring Framework – Expression of Interest

 

Cycling Scotland is embarking on an ambitious project to deliver a Scotland-wide Approach to monitoring cycling modal share, complementing existing monitoring schemes. Focusing specifically on progress towards the 10% vision of the Cycle Action Plan for Scotland, Cycling Scotland is seeking partners to assist in the establishment of a benchmark across settlements in Scotland to help create a long-term monitoring system.

Current monitoring (e.g., via the SHS) does provide insight at a local level; however, there is a gap in ensuring greater monitoring of modal share at a local level over time.  The ambition of this project is that, by 2020, all settlements across Scotland with ~10,000 population (and above) will have strategic monitoring system in place to provide data on the progress towards the 10% shared vision.

Download the National Monitoring Framework – Expression of Interest form here.

 

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