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Green councillors and MSPs have called for clear and concrete action to make Edinburgh and other cities safer for cycling.<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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After the silence: safer cycling

Green councillors and MSPs have called for clear and concrete action to make Edinburgh and other cities safer for cycling.






Alison Johnstone, Scottish Green MSP for Lothian, today (1 June) used First Minister’s Questions to raise concerns about safe cycling infrastructure following yesterday’s fatal accident in Edinburgh in which a […]<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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Safe cycling: Johnstone raises Edinburgh fatality with First Minister

Alison Johnstone, Scottish Green MSP for Lothian, today (1 June) used First Minister’s Questions to raise concerns about safe cycling infrastructure following yesterday’s fatal accident in Edinburgh in which a […]






Green councillors have outlined a interim proposal to break the political logjam which has persisted in Edinburgh since the council election on 4 May.<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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Greens proposal to break capital political logjam

Green councillors have outlined a interim proposal to break the political logjam which has persisted in Edinburgh since the council election on 4 May.






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Tackling Edinburgh’s litter problem should start with a deposit return scheme for cans and bottles, says Steve Burgess.<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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A deposit return scheme for Edinburgh

Tackling Edinburgh’s litter problem should start with a deposit return scheme for cans and bottles, says Steve Burgess.






Green transport spokesperson Chas Booth says a step change is needed in in both cycling infrastructure – and in attitudes – in order to avoid future tragedies.<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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Safe cycling in the city centre

Green transport spokesperson Chas Booth says a step change is needed in in both cycling infrastructure – and in attitudes – in order to avoid future tragedies.






City Centre Green councillor Claire Miller reflects on this week’s tragic death of a cyclist in Edinburgh.<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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Cycling tragedy must prompt action

City Centre Green councillor Claire Miller reflects on this week’s tragic death of a cyclist in Edinburgh.