In Scotland, we are funded by Transport Scotland to provide advice and support to anyone interested in establishing shared transport schemes, including community groups, local authorities, developers and planners.
Our team can offer guidance and bespoke advice to help design successful schemes which meet the needs of your local area. If you would like to speak with us, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are based outside of Scotland, you can contact our team through email@example.com who will be happy to have a chat about your project.
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Meet the team
Rachael was director of the Community Transport Association in Scotland for three years, bringing amendments to the Transport Act, highlighting the role of community transport, and fostering key relationships with third sector, community and government bodies.
She is a trustee of Lothian Community Transport Services and a founding board member of the Scottish Rural and Islands Transport Community, and sits on the board for Aberdeen University’s Masters course: transport and intelligent mobility.
Project & Delivery Manager
Laura has 25 years’ experience in the third sector delivering strategic priorities including, large scale events, projects and initiatives.
She has a background in youth work and has spent many years working in partnership with environmental charities, producing resources and events for young people to raise awareness, increase knowledge and challenge behaviours all whilst having fun. Laura is a trustee for Volunteer Midlothian, supporting and encouraging volunteering in her local area.
Development Manager for Rail and Built Environment
Robin has previously worked in the House of Commons and in local government looking at a range of policy areas. Prior to joining CoMoUK, he completed an MSc in Earth Futures Research from the University of Glasgow to turn his keen interest for sustainable transport into a career.
For his master’s thesis he undertook an ‘ethnography of infrastructure’ analysis of a new bike lane in Glasgow, looking at the built environment and the social context to produce new insights into how and why people used the bike lane.
Community Engagement Officer (LEZs)
Hannah moved to Scotland from the U.S. two years ago to study Environmental Management (Energy) at the University of Stirling. She was awarded a scholarship from Rotary International to pursue this degree and work with the Carse of Stirling Rotary Club in the Stirling community.
Her interest in community energy and transport led her to undertake a dissertation examining public understanding of low carbon district heat networks. She has previous experience working with community groups in her home state to address local environmental issues through community outreach and education.
Senior Policy and Advocacy Officer
Matthew has represented the rail sector in Brussels as the senior environmental adviser for the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies. He has also worked as a journalist, including a period as the deputy editor of LocalTransport Today magazine.
He holds a master’s degree in Environmental Change and Management, for which he undertook a study on the environmental benefits of car clubs.
Patrick is a political scientist by training. He is interested in how institutions and identities shape people’s behaviour, including their travel choices. He holds a PhD in Politics from the University of Edinburgh and has previously worked for the Centre on Constitutional Change, Aberystwyth University and other leading research institutions in the UK and abroad.
In these positions, Patrick has given policy advice to multiple governments and third sector organisations across Europe.
Kimberly has held a number of administrative positions, first in her native California, and most recently for Sustrans after relocating to Scotland.
She holds degrees in Environmental Studies and Management from California State University and University of Stirling respectively.