We’re seeking a Public Transport Campaigner to join our team

Public Transport Campaigner £23,460 pro rata (£18,768 for 4 days a week)Working from shared premises in Glasgow 12 month contractCommencing summer 2019 Are you passionate about improving public transport for everyone? Do you see better public transport a key way to deliver social and environmental justice for our city’s region? Do you want to support…

Presentation at Glasgow City Council

On Thursday 24 January 2019, more than eight months after first submitting our petition to Glasgow City Council, we were finally invited to discuss the our concerns with Councillors at their Wellbeing, Empowerment, Community and Citizen Engagement City Policy Committee. Wellbeing, Empowerment, Community and Citizen Engagement City Policy Committee – Thu, 24th Jan 2019 –…

Protest for Publicly-owned Buses for Scotland

On 3 October 2018, the Scottish Parliament’s Rural Economy & Connectivity (REC) Committee heard evidence on the bus sections of the new Transport Bill. They did not invite any passenger groups, so we worked with Friends of the Earth Scotland to organise a massive protest outside Parliament calling for Publicly-owned Buses for Everyone in Scotland….

Petition Hand-in to Glasgow City Council

In April – May 2018, Glasgow City Council ran the BE GOOD Public Transport Challenge consultation. We wanted to make sure they realised just how BAD our city’s public transport is, so we got thousands of people to respond online. On Friday 11 May 2018, to coincide with the consultation deadline, we took our 38…

Consultation Response: The Future of Smart Ticketing in Scotland

In autumn / winter 2017, Transport Scotland (the Scottish Government’s national transport agency), ran four consultations relating to our campaign and offering opportunities for improving the dire state of Glasgow’s public transport. Get Glasgow Moving responded to them all, each time stating the importance of solving these issues in parallel and not in isolation. We…

Consultation Response: Building Scotland’s Low Emission Zones

In autumn / winter 2017, Transport Scotland (the Scottish Government’s national transport agency), ran four consultations relating to our campaign and offering opportunities for improving the dire state of Glasgow’s public transport. Get Glasgow Moving responded to them all, each time stating the importance of solving these issues in parallel and not in isolation. We…

Glasgow Public Transport Hustings

On 26 April 2017, in the run-up to the Glasgow City Council elections on 4 May, we organised a public transport hustings at Renfield St. Stephen’s to hear how different party’s candidates would tackle Glasgow’s public transport problems. The event was chaired by Paul Sweeney (before his election as Labour MP for Glasgow North East…

Petition launched with 38 Degrees

In April 2017, in the run-up to the Glasgow City Council elections on 4 May, we launched an online petition calling for ‘World-class transport for Glasgow’ with 38 Degrees. The petition took off, gaining more than 3,000 signatures before the elections, forcing Glasgow’s public transport crisis onto all our politicians’ agendas. You can still sign…