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WORK To Start On First Connecting Woodside Cycle Path

CONSTRUCTION of a cycle route on Garscube Road, Glasgow is to start early in 2020, the first phase of the Connecting Woodside active travel project. The segregated path will go from Firhill Road to the underpass at Dobbie’s Loan. A signalised pedestrian crossing will...

WORK Progressing On Retractable Bridge Across Canal At Garscube

A BUSY section of Glasgow's canal towpath is closed for around 20 days to allow construction work on a new pedestrian/cycle bridge. The path is shut between Firhill and Applecross from today (Monday 25 November) to Sunday 15 December. A retractable bridge is being...

‘EXTREMELY Positive’ Response To Sauchiehall Avenue

COUNCIL officials say the Sauchiehall Avenue public realm project is already proving a success in reviving the street. The transformation of the streetscape between Charing Cross and Rose Street was completed this summer, the first of many people-friendly Avenues...

DELAY For Glasgow’s Public Realm Avenues Project

WORK on the next Glasgow City Centre Avenue is not expected to begin for at least 12 months. A City Council report states that construction activity on making more streets people and bike friendly is likely to start in late 2020. The first Avenue, completed this...

E-BIKE Hire Fleet Takes To Glasgow’s Streets

MORE than 60 electric bikes, based at 21 electric stations, have been added to Glasgow's nextbike hire fleet. The e-bikes join the existing Glasgow fleet of 650 standard bikes and were made possible by a joint funding initiative from Glasgow City Council and the...

COMPLETION Of First Glasgow ‘Avenue’ Celebrated

GLASGOW City Council has marked official completion of the first of the active travel and public realm 'Avenues' to be delivered across the City Centre. Sauchiehall Avenue -- on Sauchiehall Street between Charing Cross and Rose Street -- has been built as part of the...

£25MILLION Boost For Glasgow’s Cycling And Walking Transformation

MAJOR projects to improve walking and cycling provision in Glasgow have been awarded a total of £25million. The funding is part of the Places for Everyone programme run by active travel charity Sustrans Scotland and Transport Scotland. The money will go to two...

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