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Case studies

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Anouk Berthier

on 11 March 2014

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Transport Scotland
Infrastructure, Investment and Cities
Scottish Government
Budget line: Agency Administration Costs
Local Government
Local Authorities
Statutory duty to provide & plan Core Path Network including cycle paths
Budget line: Support for Sustainable and Active Travel (Cycling Action Plan)
Budget line: Housing and Regeneration
Regional Transport Partnerships
Health & Wellbeing
NHS & Special Health Boards
Rural Affairs & the Environment
Education & Lifelong Learning
Schools, nurseries...
Developing core PE including cycling (purchasing bikes, training teachers...)
Promoting low carbon behaviours e.g. giving parents opportunity to teach their children bike skills
How are cycling initiatives funded?
Running costs of Transport Scotland
Cycling Scotland
Develop & coordinate National Cycle Network
Promotional cycling projects: work with communities, school universities, workplaces (teaching cycling, etc.)
Sustrans Scotland's Community Links Fund
European Union
Interreg IVB North West Europe Programme
Infrastructure projects: build & maintain cycling infrastructure on Trunk Road network

Budget line: Motorways and Trunk Roads
Budget line: NHS & Special Health Boards
Budget lines:
Grants (GRG, etc.) & NDR income
Cycling, Walking & Safer Routes
Regional Transport Partnership
Budget line: Sustainable Action Fund (Climate Challenge Fund, etc.)
Budget lines:
Budget lines :
Future Transport Fund
Road Safety
Infrastructure projects: build & maintain cycling infrastructure on key routes that interface with the Trunk Road network
Local road maintenance
National indicators:
+ Reduce traffic congestion
+ Increase physical activity
+ Increase people's use of Scotland outdoors
+ Increase the proportion of journeys to work made by public or active transport
+ (Improve self-assess general health)
+ (Improve mental wellbeing)
+ (Reduce premature mortality)
- Reduce deaths on Scotland's roads
National outcomes:
+ We value and enjoy our built and natural environment and protect it and enhance it for future generations.
We reduce the local and global environmental impact of our consumption and production
+ (We live in well-adjusted, sustainable place where we are able to access the amenities and services we need)
We live longer, healthier lives

Compensate drivers whose vehicles damaged by roads in poor condition
Local authorities
Transport Scotland
Trunk road & motorway maintenance
Budget lines:
Motorways & Trunk Roads
Structural Repairs
Routine & Winter Maintenance
Scottish Government
Community trusts
Keep Scotland Beautiful
Education Scotland
Bike Station
Health in Mind...
Infrastructure cycling projects
Promotional cycling projects
Promotional cycling projects
Promotional cycling projects
National indicators:
+ Improve Scotland's reputation
+ Improve people's perceptions of the quality of public services
+ (Reduce traffic congestion)
National outcomes:
+ We value and enjoy our built and natural environment and protect it and enhance it for future generations.
+ Our public services are high quality, continually improving, efficient and responsive to local people's needs

How are potholes repaired?

(+/- Road Assets Management Plans)
Involved groups:
Roads Maintenance Strategic Action Group
Roads Maintenance Stakeholder Group
Shared Capacity and Shared Services Improvement Board
Involved bodies:
Local authorities:
The Convention of Scottish Local Authorities (COSLA)
The Society of Local Authority Chief Executives and Senior Managers (SOLACE)
The Society of Chief Officers of Transport in Scotland (SCOTS)
The Scottish Road Works Commissioner (SRWC)
Transport Scotland
Case studies
Related indicators
Reduce emergency admissions to hospital
Reduce avoidable emergency admissions once people are in A&E
Reduce number of people present at A&E
Increase admission of patients in A&E to alternatives to hospital care e.g. assessment centres, "hospitals at home"
Offer better long-term support/anticipatory care
Improve health and wellbeing of population
Reduce incidence of violent crime
Reduce accidents
Improve safety in the home & elsewhere
Reduce incidence of particular disease & life-threatening conditions
Increase support from carers
Improve joined-up community & health care services
Improve housing (e.g. easy toilet access for the elderly)
Community Planning Partnerships
Wealthier & Fairer
Safer & Stronger
Local Authorities
NHS Scotland
Third and independent sector providers for care
In practice
Support self-management
Improve "early years" care
Improve measures on alcohol, tobacco, dental health, physical activities, early detection of cancer
Integrated Health & Social Care Partnerships
Specific projects
NHS Lanarkshire- Airdrie Community Health Centre
NHS Tayside - Mental Health Developments Projects
NHS Lothian - Royal Victoria Hospital
NHS Grampian- Emergency Care Centre
New South Glasgow Hospitals
refurbishment programmes (Monklands Hospital, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Raigmore Hospital, Ayr Hospital)
Reduce social deprivation
Increase continuity of care with a GP
Develop telemedicine
Support long-distance diagnosis
Increase case management
Increase number of senior clinicians in A&E
Develop personalised health care programmes for people seen in medical outpatients and frequently re-admitted
Improve structure discharge planning
Scottish Government
Local authorities
NHS Health Boards
Private health and social sectors
2. Reduce avoidable hospital admissions for people in A&E
1. Reduce number of people present at A&E
Children & young people:
Improve quality of compulsory education in an effort to offer possibilities of better employment in future and reduce social deprivation
Educate on healthy lifestyles (nutrition, physical activities...)
Raise drug awareness
Raise civic awareness in an effort to limit antisocial and dangerous behaviour in future
Increase and improve non-hospital care:
At-home care by health and social carers
Suitable housing options according to people's needs (e.g. easy access to toilet)
Continuity of care by local NHS clinics
Improve non-hospital diagnoses e.g. develop telemedicine
Increase security:
Improve road security
Reduce violent crime (reduce reoffending, etc.)
Increase hospital care:
increase number of hospitals
increase number of senior GPs in A&E
improve structure discharge planning

Improve general health & wellbeing:
Reduce number of people in poverty
Improve measures on alcohol, tobacco, dental health, physical activities, early detection of cancer
Transport Scotland
Reducing emergency admissions to hospital
Increasing the proportion of young people in learning, training or work
Scottish Government
Local authorities
Community planning
Other partners: employers...
Government Policy: Opportunities for All
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