A new study of cycling trends in Scotland has revealed that Leithers are some of the most likely people in the country to travel to work by bike. It finds that nearly 1 in 20, or 4.8% of people, in Leith ward are choosing to get to work by bike. This puts them ninth in […]
Meet Lopez the Lion. He’s been unveiled by the Edinburgh and Lothian Greenspace Trust as part of a revamp of the five-ways path junction on the North Edinburgh Cycle Path Network. It is hoped the newly placed sculpture, by local artist Joyce Campbell, of the nearby Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop will become a local landmark as […]
As fifteen weeks of work to completely redesign the junction at the Foot of the Walk are set to get underway, opposition is growing to a proposal to alter bus lane laws that would make buses on Leith Walk slower and the street more dangerous for cyclists and pedestrians. Despite being committed to spending more […]
A month-by-month break down of three years of bike thefts* in the Leith area shows both a seasonal pattern to bike thefts – and a huge disparity in total numbers between some parts of Leith and others. Greener Leith obtained the data from Police Scotland using Freedom of Information legislation to request statistics on the […]
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