The leader of Perth and Kinross Council has committed to cycle to work whenever possible as the competition to win funding to make the city more walker and cyclist-friendly hots up.
Councillor Lewis Simpson
Scone residents have criticised the route of the Cross Tay Link Road (CTLR) as a source of “noise, air pollution and traffic danger.”
More than 700 people have responded to an appeal to revolutionise walking and cycling in the Fair City.
Significant issues with a state-of-the-art audiovisual system in Perth and Kinross Council's revamped headquarters are hampering the authority's ability to make key decisions, say critics.
The death of a pensioner in a horrific collision with a lorry in Perth has forced local cyclists into taking direct action to protect their lives.
Opposition councillors have attempted to tear up the new Perth and Kinross 20mph policy — just two weeks after it was adopted.
A last ditch attempt to secure a ban on house building in Scone until the completion of the Cross Tay Link Road has been thrown out.
Perth and Kinross Council will be urged to launch a widespread review of road safety at what promises to be a highly charged meeting later this month.