I love cycling. I do it without question every day. I love how much money I save, how much time I save, the exercise I get and the sense of freedom that comes with it. But cycling also brings out a side in me that can only be described as ugly. Continue reading
I blogged the other day on my experiences of cycling in London. Today I thought I’d share this video I took of my journey into work in Battersea using our company Go Pro camera. Continue reading
This week marks the launch of a national survey mruk is conducting on behalf of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) in conjunction with the British Canoe Union (BCU) on the behaviours of participants in ocean kayaking and canoeing. Continue reading
About 18 months ago I moved to London from Vienna, a city where I first started cycling as a means of urban transport. The Austrian capital is so appealing for those on two wheels- it’s small enough to be able to navigate easily by bike, as well as being very flat. Continue reading
mruk has been commissioned by the Scottish Government to undertake a best practice review of international and national education platforms to help guide the direction and development of the future Scottish Schools Network. Read more about this exciting project here.
Over the past week I’ve had the opportunity to attend both the Passenger Focus’ event Passenger Power and the European Bus Operators Forum. Both were interesting and it was great to hear how rail and bus operators are taking a keener interest in what their customers have to say. Continue reading
A recent survey, conducted by mruk, discovered that young Scots want more information on independence before making a final decision. Read more here.
Last week we attended a Passenger Focus event which was convened to discuss their recent research into passenger perspectives on the franchise process.The survey found that most passengers see this process as lacking transparency and only paying lip service to passenger needs Continue reading