The Developing Car Clubs in Scotland (DCCS) programme was launched in October 2010 and is funded by Transport Scotland, the national transport agency for Scotland. The programme represents an innovative part of the Scottish Government’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions from transport and improving air quality in towns and cities.
Bikeplus bike share survey questions 2016.
Bikeplus public bike share user survey -the first national research into how people are using bike share schemes. (Survey results from 2016).
An interesting piece of research that looks at flexible car sharing in Cologne and Stuttgart, focusing on Car2Go members.
This document provides a review of the first two years of the Transport Scotland funded programme Developing Car Clubs in Scotland (DCCS).
The review outlines the progress made in achieving energy efficiency and carbon reduction in transport with innovative and cost-effective car clubs, and includes helpful maps and case studies. It highlights how the programme has expanded the car club network across Scotland by providing financial and technical assistance to support the development of new car clubs, and by doing so, has added 35 additional vehicles and 600 additional members to the network.
An infographic summary of the Carplus Annual Survey of Car Clubs 2014/15 for Scotland.
An infographic summary of the Carplus Annual Survey of Car Clubs 2014/5 for England and Wales.
An infographic summary of the Carplus Annual Survey of Car Clubs 2014/5 for London.
The intensity of activity relating to car clubs in 2014-15 is unprecedented. Here, we set out briefly what we think it means for the sector and where it might be heading in the next year.
This document complements the Carplus Annual Survey 2014/15.
The Carplus Annual Survey of Car Club Members provides information about the size of the car club sector, the travel behaviour of car club members and the emissions data of the car club fleet. A 2 page infographic summary of the report.