The CTA in Scotland
CTA supports its members in Scotland through staff working from its Edinburgh and Evanton offices. The Scottish Government/Local Authority Concordat has been the most significant recent development in a rapidly changing environment. This means that the Scottish network of community transport operators is being shaped by local authority and community planning decisions. The other significant development of recent years has been the growth of the social enterprise model of service delivery.
CTA in Scotland is helping Scottish community transport operators to adapt to this new environment by providing guidance, advice and information via regular e-bulletins, quarterly meetings which can be attended by anyone with an interest in community transport and an annual event in Scotland, as well as occasional roadshows and other ad hoc events.
Find Community Transport providers in your area - Visit our CT online website to search for Community Transport services on your doorstep.
STATE OF THE SECTOR - A new and updated State of the Sector report has recently been published. You can read it here:
CTA State of the Sector report for Scotland 2015 [PDF version here]
Community Transport State of the Sector for Scotland 2012
Older People's Stories - CTA research for ESS
Report of the Inquiry into Community Transport by the Infrastructure and capital Investment Committee of the Scottish Parliament (.pdf 1.57 mb) July 2013
Please follow this link for information and how to apply to the PCV-D1 Trainer Training Project
Please follow this link for information on our call for PCV-D1 Trainer Training proposals
CTA committee for Scotland
BSOG information pack - Scotland
Organisations wishing to visit others to learn from them can have their costs covered through a Knowledge and Skills Exchange Fund. Details and an application form are below.
Community Learning Exchange - guidance notes for applicants
Community Learning Exchange application form