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Green councillors push for greater ambition on City Low Emission Zone

Transport and Environment Committee vote 6-5 in favour of Green amendment


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Greens seek Lanark Road bike lane reprieve

Green councillor Claire Miller is leading a last-ditch attempt to stop a newly-installed bike lane being ripped out of Lanark Road.


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Safer streets need political will, not hot air

We need Spaces for People to be improved, not removed, argues Lorna Slater


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Could we see a more people-friendly Leith?

Green councillor Chas Booth welcomes the council’s plans for a Leith Low Traffic Neighbourhood and says they could be even better.


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Shaping Edinburgh for a green recovery

Edinburgh is still a city where the car is king, says Lorna Slater. Our recovery plans should embrace space for socialising, walking, wheeling and cycling without the fug of toxic traffic fumes.


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Scottish Greens pledge more opportunities for young people in Edinburgh

Alison Johnstone, the lead candidate for the Scottish Greens in Lothian has pledged to provide more opportunities for young people in the next parliament.


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Edinburgh Greens pledge a third off rail fares for all residents

A Scottish railcard would be a quick way to bring down the cost of rail travel for everyone


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Tragic death of cyclist needs an immediate response

Edinburgh needs a zero-tolerance approach to the deaths of cyclists and pedestrians on our roads, says Alison Johnstone


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Safer roads

The latest tragic deaths on Edinburgh roads and footways is yet another wake-up call says Alison Johnstone.


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Schools, green spaces… and lessons from France

Green co-convenor Councillor Melanie Main tackles school re-opening, use of green spaces and lessons from France on transport.