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The Scottish Access Technical Information Network (SATIN) was set up in 2009 to share good practice and to support people interested and involved in management of infrastructure for active travel and outdoor access.

Cycling Scotland, Paths for All and Sustrans Scotland met to discuss the establishment of a national technical advisory group.  A stakeholder day was held, involving a wide range of interested access professionals, to discuss the need, purpose and development of such a group or similar.  A steering group was established to name the group, develop and promote the network aims, and to co-ordinate the sharing of technical information and knowledge.  This web-based resource has been produced to enable this to happen.



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@SATINNETWORK: Heres some case studies on Equestrian access, have people many good or bad experiences with shared use paths? https://t.co/3YOJpI6yCc
@SATINNETWORK: This looks to have been a success in the West Midlands, with an initiative to educate dangerous drivers. https://t.co/ip7QZQs0Xb
@SATINNETWORK: The theme of today is Shared use paths, have a look at all this good stuff on the theme of shared paths! https://t.co/3TEIsWU3el
@SATINNETWORK: Take a look at our website for a full list of case studies and technical information. https://t.co/wdc8pGyUE1
@SATINNETWORK: Quite an interesting article on Stevenage and why its early cycle routes ultimately failed. https://t.co/2yULWpJAJO

Supported by

  • Cycling Scotland
  • Forestry Commission Scotland
  • Falkirk Council
  • Paths For All
  • Scottish Natural Heritage
  • Sustrans