It turns out that it's really challenging to instrument lasting positive environmental change without having government onside.
There's plenty of space to stand and take in everything that's going on, and if you're into people watching, Waverley ticks a lot of boxes.
Edinburgh's Open Streets project has made a street frequently avoided by residents a place to hang out and enjoy once more.
Edinburgh’s Old Town transports me back in time and feels home to many wonders and mysteries.
Open Streets is a global project designed to reclaim city streets from cars for people. Edinburgh joined the movement this month and it was superb.
I've used this station a lot, and in many ways consider it the epicentre for where my active/adaptive travel journey began.
After tax a car is going to cost, on average, 20% of someone's monthly income, compared to just 0.6% if opting to bike or walk.
Having the choice to walk or bike on a whim has flipped a massively positive switch in my head.
Walking every day helps with my mental health.
Cycling has never been more accessible, I’d like to demonstrate how.
I challenged myself to walk to work, every day, for the entire month.