Title: Annual Cycling Report 2017 (Scotland)
Organisation: Cycling Scotland
Date uploaded: 18th July 2017
Date published/launched: February 2017
The 2017 report shows an increase in those stating that a bike is their main mode of transport. This has increased from 0.8% in the period 2004-2007, to 1.2% in the period 2012-2015, representing a difference of 110m vehicle kilometres travelled.
Cycling to work remains popular, with 5.9% of people stating they cycle to work 'at least regularly'. In 15 of Scotland's 32 local authorities, the number cycling to work regularly is 5% or more, with Edinburgh City and Highland regions reaching 14.2%.
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