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At Socialtrack we are based within in Wishaw. Wishaw is best described as a post-industrial town at the edge of the Clyde Valley. In 2016 Wishaw had a census, and 30,510 people were found to be living here. The number of people in Wishaw makes it one of the most populous areas in either North or South Lanarkshire. Wishaw was originally a mining town and is now a growing commuter town serving the Central Belt. We feel this attribute makes it a great place to study active travel behaviour and people’s attitudes towards active travel. To see how we could...

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If you follow any of our social media channels then you will have no doubt seen that we cancelled face to face work at the minute. We have done so to protect our staff and to keep everyone safe. We don't want to be responsible for spreading Covid-19.We're even trying to think about fun ways that we can cycle in the house. Little challenges that we can set ourselves and give us a little victory. A little moment of glory to help ease the passing of time until we can all freely meet up and get outside again.Yes, we know...

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We all know that cycling and walking are great things to be doing whilst we social distance. The problem is the many people trying to drive off to places that are isolated, making them no longer isolated, or risking an injury and then needing overstretched first responders come to them. You don't need to do that in Scotland. You can open your door and walk or cycle into relative peace and quiet. You don't need to jump in a car and drive to a trail centre. You can just head out and cruise or walk local trails. See your local...

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GCN recently ran an article on how the Danes used off the shelf equipment to destroy the team pursuit world records. A few people we know have been talking about this and one of the things we feel is missing is the talk of active travel.

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