Car clubs in Scotland

The Developing Car Clubs in Scotland (DCCS) programme was launched in October 2010 and is funded by Transport Scotland, the national transport agency for Scotland. The programme represents an innovative part of the Scottish Government’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions from transport and improving air quality in towns and cities.

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Recent publications

Car Club Feasibility Studies

Feasibility Study Reports

Carplus Annual Survey of Car Clubs 2015/16: Scotland

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Developing Car Clubs in Scotland – the Next Five Years

Developing Car Clubs in Scotland – the Next Five Years

The Benefits of Shared Electric Vehicles in Scotland

The Benefits of Shared Electric Vehicles in Scotland

Community Car Club Resources

Community Car Club Resources

The benefits of car clubs for local authorities in Scotland

Benefits of local authorities in Scotland

The benefits of car clubs for housing associations in Scotland

Benefits of housing association Scotland

The benefits of developing car clubs in Scotland

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The social, environmental and financial case for car clubs

Making car clubs work guide

Rural car clubs

 

Urban car clubs

 

Car Clubs in Scotland programme aims