A quick guide to the relevant information for each local authority area. Let us know what we’ve missed!

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Aberdeen City

Administration: Conservative and Independent. Leader: Jenny Laing. Responsibility for active travel: Communities, Housing and Infrastructure Committee (convenor Yvonne Allan).

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Strategy: Active Travel Action plan, adopted 2017

Local groups: Aberdeen Cycle Forum, CTC Grampian (Cycling UK members group).

Aberdeenshire

Administration: Conservative, Lib-Dem and independent coalition. Leader: Jim Gifford. Responsibility for active travel: Infrastructure Services Committee (chair Peter Argyle); Sustainability Sub-Committee.

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Strategy: Walking and Cycling Action Plan adopted 2009

Local groups:  Aberdeen Cycle ForumCTC Grampian (Cycling UK members group).

Angus

Administration: Independent, Conservative and Lib Dem coalition. Leader: Bob MylesResponsibility for active travel: Communities Committee (convenor Craig Fotheringham).

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Strategy: Angus Active Travel Strategy adopted 2016; TACTRAN Regional Transport Strategy (refresh),  adopted 2015.

Local groupsAngus Cycle HubCTC Tayside (Cycling UK member group).

Argyll and Bute

Administration: Conservative, Lib Dem and independent coalition. Leader: Aileen MortonResponsibility for active travel: Environment, Development and Infrastructure Committee (chair Roderick McCuish).

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Strategy: HITRANS Regional Active Travel Strategy (and associated Active Travel Masterplans), adopted 2017; SPT Walking and Cycling Action Plan (regional) adopted 2008 (covers Helensburgh and Lomond).

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Clackmannanshire

Administration: .SNP minority administration Leader: Les Sharp Responsibility for active travel:

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Strategy: SEStran Strategic Cross Boundary Cycle Development (regional) adopted 2015.

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Comhairle Nan Eilean Siar (Western Isles)

Administration: Indpendent. Leader: Roddie Mackay. Responsibility for active travel: Transportation and Infrastructure Committee (chair Uisdean Robertson).

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Strategy: HITRANS Regional Active Travel Strategy (and associated Active Travel Masterplans, adopted 2017

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Dumfries and Galloway

Administration:  Labour and SNP coalition. Leader: Elaine MurrayResponsibility for active travel: Economy, Environment and Infrastructure Committee (chair Archie Dryburgh)

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Strategy: Active Travel Strategy, adopted 2015

Local groupsCycling Dumfries, Dumfries and Galloway CTC (Cycling UK member group).

Dundee City

Administration: SNP and independent coalition. Leader: John AlexanderResponsibility for active travel: City Development Committee (convenor Lynne Short).

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Strategy: Dundee Cycling Strategy adopted 2016; TACTRAN Regional Transport Strategy (refresh),  adopted 2015.

Local groups: Dundee Cycle Forum, CTC Tayside (Cycling UK member group)

East Ayrshire

Administration: SNP minority administration. Leader: Douglas ReedResponsibility for active travel: Transport covered by the Ayrshire Roads Alliance; Ayrshire Shared Services Joint Committee.

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Strategy: SPT Walking and Cycling Action Plan (regional) adopted 2008

Local groups: Cycle Ayrshire (Cycling UK member group)

East Dunbartonshire

Administration: SNP minority administration. Leader: Gordan LowResponsibility for active travel: Place, Neighbourhood and Corporate Assets Comittee (convenor Jim Gibbons)

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Strategy: East Dunbartonshire Active Travel Strategy, adopted 2015; SPT Walking and Cycling Action Plan (regional) adopted 2008

Local groupsGo Bike

East Lothian

Administration: Labour minority administration. Leader: Willie InnesResponsibility for active travel: Cabinet member for Environment, Norman Hampshire; Cabinet member for Economic Development and Tourism, John McMillan.

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Strategy:  SEStran Strategic Cross Boundary Cycle Development (regional) adopted 2015.

Local groups: SpokesDrem/Gullane Path Campaign, Dunbar Cycling Group, Sustaining Dunbar, Sustaining North BerwickCTC Lothians and Borders (Cycling UK member group).

East Renfrewshire

Administration: SNP, independent and Labour coalition. Leader: Tony BuchananResponsibility for active travel: Environment convenor, Alan Lafferty

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Strategy: East Renfrewshire Active Travel Action Plan, adopted 2015; SPT Walking and Cycling Action Plan (regional) adopted 2008.

Local groupsGo Bike

Edinburgh City

Administration: .SNP and Labour coalition Leader: Adam McVeyResponsibility for active travel: Transport and Environment Committee (convenor Lesley MacInnes).

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Strategy: City of Edinburgh Active Travel Action Plan, adopted 2016 (refresh of 2010 plan); SEStran Strategic Cross Boundary Cycle Development (regional) adopted 2015.

Local groupsSpokes, Playing Out EdinburghCTC Lothians and Borders (Cycling UK member group).

Falkirk

Administration: SNP minority administration. Leader: Cecil MeiklejohnResponsibility for active travel: Paul Garner holds the Environment portfolio; Tom Coleman holds the Economic Development portfolio.

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StrategySEStran Strategic Cross Boundary Cycle Development (regional) adopted 2015.

Local groupsCTC Falkirk (Cycling UK member group).

Fife

Administration: SNP and Labour joint leadership. Leader: David Ross and David AlexanderResponsibility for active travel: Executive Committee; Environment, Finance and Communities Scrutiny Committee.

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Strategy: Cycling Charter for Fife, adopted 2008; SEStran Strategic Cross Boundary Cycle Development (regional) adopted 2015.

Local groups: St Andrews Space for CyclingFife and Kinross CTC (Cycling UK member group).

Glasgow City

Administration: SNP minority administration. Leader: Susan AitkenResponsibility for active travel: Anna Richardson, Convenor for Sustainability and Carbon Reduction

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Strategy: Glasgow’s Strategic Plan for Cycling, adopted 2016; SPT Walking and Cycling Action Plan (regional) adopted 2008

Local groups: Go Bike, Space for Cycling Glasgow, Bike for Good (formerly Glasgow Bike Station), CTC Glasgow (Cycling UK member group), Drumchapel Cycle HubAl-MeezanDumbarton Road Corridor Environment Trust.

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Highland

Administration: Independent Lib Dem and Labour coalition. Leader: Margaret DavidsonResponsibility for active travel: Places Committee (chair Allan Henderson).

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Strategy: HITRANS Regional Active Travel Strategy (and associated Active Travel Masterplans), adopted 2017

Local groups: Highland Cycle CampaignCycling UK Highland (Cycling UK member group).

Inverclyde

Administration: Labour minority administration. Leader: Stephen McCabeResponsibility for active travel: Environment and Regeneration Committee (convenor Michael McCormick).

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Strategy: Inverclyde Active Living Strategy, adopted 2013; SPT Walking and Cycling Action Plan (regional) adopted 2008.

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Midlothian

Administration: Labour minority administration. Leader: Derek MilliganResponsibility for active travel: Russell Imrie, Cabinet portfolio for Communities and Economy, Zero Waste and Strategic Transportation

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StrategySEStran Strategic Cross Boundary Cycle Development (regional) adopted 2015.

Local groups: Spokes, Penicuik CyclingCTC Lothians and Borders (Cycling UK member group).

Moray

Administration: Independent and Conservative coalition. Leader: George AlexanderResponsibility for active travel: Economic Development and Infrastructure Committee (chair John Cowe).

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StrategyMoray Council Active Travel Strategy 2016-2021, adopted 2017; HITRANS Regional Active Travel Strategy (and associated Active Travel Masterplans), adopted 2017

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North Ayrshire

Administration: Labour minority administration. Leader: Joe CullinaneResponsibility for active travel: Jim Montgomerie (cabinet member with “Place” portfolio)

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Strategy: SPT Walking and Cycling Action Plan (regional) adopted 2008

Local groupsCycle Ayrshire (Cycling UK member group)

North Lanarkshire

Administration: Labour minority administration. Leader: Jim LogueResponsibility for active travel: Infrastructure committee (convenor Michael McPake)

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Strategy: North Lanarkshire Walking and Cycling Strategy, adopted 2005; SPT Walking and Cycling Action Plan (regional) adopted 2008.

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Orkney

Administration: Independent. Leader: James StockanResponsibility for active travel: Development and Infrastructure Committee (chair James Stockan)

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Strategy: HITRANS Regional Active Travel Strategy (and associated Active Travel Masterplans), adopted 2017.

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Perth and Kinross

Administration: Conservative, Lib Dem and independent coalition. Leader: Ian CampbellResponsibility for active travel: Environment, Enterprise and Infrastructure Committee (convenor Colin Stewart).

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Strategy: TACTRAN Regional Transport Strategy (refresh),  adopted 2015.

Local groupsPerth Bike StationPerth & Kinross ByCycle,  CTC Tayside (Cycling UK member group), Fife and Kinross CTC (Cycling UK member group).

Renfrewshire

Administration: SNP minority administration. Leader: Iain NicolsonResponsibility for active travel: Infrastructure, Land and Environment Policy Board (convenor Cathy McEwan).

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Strategy: Renfrewshire Cycling Strategy, adopted 2016; SPT Walking and Cycling Action Plan (regional) adopted 2008.

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Scottish Borders

Administration: Conservative and independent coalition. Leader: Shona HaslamResponsibility for active travel: Gordon Edgar, Executive Member for Roads and Infrastructure.

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StrategySEStran Strategic Cross Boundary Cycle Development (regional) adopted 2015.

Local groups: CTC Lothians and Borders (Cycling UK member group).

Shetland

Administration: Independent. Leader: Cecil SmithResponsibility for active travel: Environment and Transport Committee (chair Ryan Thomson).

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Strategy: Shetland Transport Strategy,  adopted 2008.

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South Ayrshire

Administration: SNP, Labour and independent partnership working arrangement. Leader: Douglas CampbellResponsibility for active travel: Ian Cochrane (Sustainability and Environment Portfolio)

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Strategy: SPT Walking and Cycling Action Plan (regional) adopted 2008

Local groupsCycle Ayrshire (Cycling UK member group); Ayr Burners

South Lanarkshire

Administration:  SNP minority. Leader: .John Ross Responsibility for active travel: Community and Enterprise Services Committee (chair John Anderson).

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Strategy: South Lanarkshire Cycling Strategy, adopted 2016; SPT Walking and Cycling Action Plan (regional) adopted 2008

Local groups: Go Bike, CamGlen BikeTown

Stirling

Administration: SNP and Labour coalition. Leader: Scott FarmerResponsibility for active travel: Environment and Housing Committee (convenor Jim Thomson); Community Planning and Regeneration (convenor Chris Kane).

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Strategy: Walking and Cycling to a Healthier Stirling, adopted 2016; TACTRAN Regional Transport Strategy (refresh),  adopted 2015.

Local groupsRecyke-a-bike

West Dunbartonshire

Administration: SNP and independent coalition. Leader: Jonathan McCollResponsibility for active travelInfrastructure, Regeneration and Economic Development Committee (convenor Iain McLaren).

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Strategy: SPT Walking and Cycling Action Plan (regional) adopted 2008

Local groups:  Go Bike

West Lothian

Administration: Labour minority. Leader: Lawrence FitzpatrickResponsibility for active travel: Council executive

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StrategyActive Travel Plan for West Lothian 2016-2021: Making Active Connections, adopted 2016; SEStran Strategic Cross Boundary Cycle Development (regional) adopted 2015.

Local groups: SpokesCTC Lothians and Borders (Cycling UK member group).