The following are the references used in our Economy Briefing document.

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  2. Scottish Parliament (2018) Cycling: What Works?—What-works-#
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  4. Living Streets (2011) Making the Case for Investment in the Walking Environment 
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  6. Poverty and Inequality Commission (2019). Delivering inclusive growth in Scotland.
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  14. Scottish Parliament Information Centre (2020). SPICe Spotlight: The A9 dualling project – crucial for Scotland?
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