Firing on Zero Cylinders

Scotland in Motion visited one rural fire station in Comrie, Perthshire. Watch the video to find out more.

Swarco Takeover of ChargePlace Scotland Beset with Problems

The changeover of operation of Scotland’s EV charging network ChargePlace Scotland to Austrian traffic tech company Swarco eVolt has hit a number of snags in the days since the switch was flipped at 10 pm on 26 July, with EV owners complaining of difficulties with account transfer and registration as well as widespread glitches with…

MaaS Transit

MaaS could be the sustainable compromise in the battle for attention between public transport and the private car. But what on earth does it mean?

UK Government Pledges to Ban Sales of Diesel & Petrol Trucks by 2040

Sales of new diesel and petrol-powered HGVs are set to end by 2040 at the latest as part of the UK government’s transportation decarbonisation plans launched today. Other key policies include achieving net zero aviation emissions and a net zero rail network by 2050 as well as a commitment to electrify all government cars and…

Going Electric in the Country

With a lot of the discussion surrounding the adoption of electric vehicles focusing on city and suburban life, Scotland in Motion takes a look at the case for going electric in rural Scotland. This audio feature explores the experiences of two families who live next door to each other in the village of Comrie, Perthshire.…


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