Other Active Travel Projects

Here you will find information on projects run by Transition UStA in the St Andrews area. If you scroll down you can find more information on community endeavours we are involved in or support.

You can also find more information on active travel projects by heading to our hub for smart travel, Go St Andrews.

Projects and Activities

Projects run or led by Transition University of St Andrews to encourage active travel in our area.

Bike to Work Breakfasts

A free breakfast for anyone who cycles to work be it at the university or any other business.
Come along from 8am to 9am.
First Wednesday of the month at Walter Bower House and Last Wednesday of the month at Rectors Cafe in St Marys Place.
Check the events page for dates and times.

Go E-Bike Scheme

The Go E-Bike Scheme in St Andrews came about to encourage University staff to drive less and cycle more. With a lot of staff moving to Eden Campus, we want to avoid more traffic and make active travel the primary mode of commuting.

For all staff, the E-Bikes are free for use up to 24hrs. If you are a member of staff, what are you waiting for?!

See below for upcoming induction events.

Air Quality Monitoring

Join a team of volunteers using portable air quality monitors to track air quality at key hotspots and along routes in and around St Andrews.

Contact us to be a part of the initiative.

Community Projects

Community led projects involving active travel which we support or are involved with.

St Andrews Space for Cycling

SASC campaigns for safe cycling space for people of all ages around St Andrews. Click here to find out more.

The communities of Crail and St Andrews are connecting through an 11 mile shared use path. Find out how to get involved here.

East Neuk 50

Not only is the East Neuk 50 a beautiful planned route along the east coast, it also includes the essential shared path between Guardbridge and St Andrews.