Glasgow City Council unveil active travel network plan – Cycle Industry News
Liberty Sheldon7 October, 2021
Released as part of a new strategy to promote active travel, the plans will add 270km of high quality cycleways and improved footways along main roads in Glasgow.
Councillor Anna Richardson, City Convener for Sustainability and Carbon Reduction, said: “Safety is the number one reason for people being discouraged from using active travel and in particular, cycling. The existing network is expanding and the Spaces for People project helped show the appetite for change. By creating a network of cycle lanes and associated footways that reaches into every corner of the city we will maximise the opportunity for active travel to be the first choice for everyday journeys.