Travelknowhow Scotland is all about partnership. Working in collaboration with the workplaces that we support and active travel partners to explore infrastructure and engagement opportunities, funding, trials and training to support workplaces. Things are constantly changing within the active and sustainable travel sector across Scotland so it is key that we work together to maximise impact towards net-zero targets.

Here some of the key organisations we work alongside:


CoMoUK aims to develop the use of shared transport in Scotland and encourage people to consider using these options to travel to work, rather than their own cars. We support and advise anyone interested in shared transport and would love to hear from you, particularly if you want to set up a workplace ride share scheme.

visit CoMoUK's website

Cycling Scotland

Cycling Scotland is the nation’s cycling organisation and offers a range of training and behaviour
change programmes so that anyone, anywhere in Scotland can get cycling and enjoy the benefits this
has to offer.
visit Cycling Scotland's website

Energy Saving Trust

Our expert advice can help you travel more sustainably across a range of different low carbon transport options. From providing information on how to save money and carbon, to how to access a variety of support and funding, our experts’ tips should be your first stop to achieving a greener

visit Energy Saving Trust's website


Liftshare’s mission is to solve the world’s mobility problems through sharing. Our award-winning technology supports our corporate client’s sustainability objectives, reducing their carbon footprint, empowering staff to travel more sustainably, and reducing the amount of parking required and congestion around site.

visit Liftshare's website

Living Streets Scotland

Living Streets is the UK charity for everyday walking. We want a nation where walking is the natural choice for everyday local journeys. Think of us as the friendly experts in your area who are looking forward to helping you work on developing an easy, value for money walking project.

visit Living Streets Scotland's website

Paths for All

Paths for All’s workplace walking team offers support to workplaces to encourage staff to move more in-and-around the working day. Our programme includes the Step Count Challenge, a fun, sociable way of encouraging colleagues to walk more, the Walk at Work Award, an accreditation that recognises and celebrates employers who are encouraging everyday walking, and online training which will give you the knowledge, skills and ideas to promote walking in your workplace.

visit Paths for All's website


Sustrans is the charity making it easier for people to walk and cycle. In Scotland we work in partnership with a range of public and private sector employers to deliver projects which engage with all levels of organisations, to enable active and sustainable travel to, from, and for work.

visit Sustrans' website

Forth Environment Link

Based in Forth Valley, we support employers and employees in becoming net zero champions. Providing free, personal advice we can help reduce travel to and for work, thereby creating a carbon neutral commute and saving on business mileage. We encourage people and businesses to walk and cycle for every day journeys, to improve health for the individual and the environment for the community.

visit Forth Environment Link's website

Cycling UK

In Scotland, Cycling UK run a number of different projects, all with one core aim: to support more people to cycle regularly for transport, leisure and adventure. From Shetland to the Scottish Borders, Cycling UK is making a difference in every local authority in Scotland, empowering people to start riding a bike.

visit Cycling UK's website


As the country’s national rail provider, we work hard to continue to build the best railway Scotland has ever had. Everything we do at ScotRail is geared towards creating a low carbon sustainable railway that is pivotal in supporting local economies and connecting communities across Scotland.

visit ScotRail's website

West Cost Motors

With around 600 staff and a fleet of 270 buses and coaches, West Coast Motors incorporates City Sightseeing Glasgow, City Sightseeing Bute, Glasgow Citybus, Kintyre Express, West Coast Tours, Scotline Tours – and Borders Buses, who have introduced Scotland’s first friendly bike route from Berwick to Edinburgh, as well as having bike friendly buses on their X62 and X95 services.

visit West Coast Motors' website

Transport Scotland

Transport Scotland is the national transport agency for Scotland. We seek to deliver a safe, efficient, cost-effective and sustainable transport system for the benefit of the people of Scotland, playing a key role in helping to achieve the Scottish Government’s Purpose of increasing sustainable economic growth with opportunities for all of Scotland to flourish.

visit Transport Scotland's website

Workforce Mobility Scotland

The Workforce Mobility Project aims to identify and support sustainable long-term solutions, influence policy and behaviour change to enable the reduction of transport barriers to employment, training and further education across the Edinburgh South East Scotland (ESES) City Region (The Scottish Borders, The City of Edinburgh, Midlothian, West Lothian, East Lothian, Fife).

visit Workforce Mobility Scotland's website

Zero Waste Scotland

Zero Waste Scotland is a not-for-profit environmental organisation funded by the ScottishGovernment that exists to lead Scotland to use products and resources more responsibly, focusing on where we can have the greatest effect on reducing climate change together through responsible consumption, responsible production and maximising value through waste.

visit Zero Waste Scotland' website


The EAUC is the environmental and sustainability champion within Further and Higher Education in the UK and Ireland. We are a Member association supporting Universities and Colleges across the UK and Ireland. Primarily funded through the Scottish Funding Council, the core work of the Scotland team centres around our current 1 year programme running from April 2024 to March 2025, supporting a step-change towards environmental sustainability at Scotland's Universities and Colleges.

visit EAUC Scotland's website