Hundreds of sixth year pupils from across Edinburgh will test out crash simulators, drunk goggles and even sit behind the wheel of an electric bus as part of a fun but hard-hitting road safety event.
Changes to the layout of Silverknowes Roundabout have been agreed to help make it safer and more user-friendly for those on two wheels, as well as pedestrians.
A new two-stage right turn junction to help keep cyclists safe is being introduced on one of the Capital's major thoroughfares - the first such junction of its kind in Scotland.
Hidden Gems opens at Edinburgh’s City Art Centre on 7 October 2017
Young children across the Capital are benefitting from an innovative approach to transforming the early years learning and childcare landscape by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Council news blog
- Light up, light up: Pupils create hundreds of bright lanterns for Diwali
- Planning ahead for early years expansion
- Council and Tattoo partner to open new Culture Fund for Edinburgh
- Designers signed up for George Street transformation
- Edinburgh and South-East Scotland City Region partners welcome Scottish Government’s continued commitment to Deal