CITY officials have outlined a phased programme to create 270 kilometres of cycle routes across Glasgow over the next decade.
The first areas to be targeted under the City Network scheme are Greater Govan, North Glasgow and South Glasgow.
Phase two will be Yoker-Whiteinch, Dennistoun-Carntyne and Greater Gorbals-Dalmarnock.
They will be followed by North Maryhill-Barmulloch, Anderston-Woodlands, Pollokshaws-Mansewood and North Cardonald-Pollok.
Phase four is Dumchapel-Anniesland, Robroyston, Ruchazie-Easterhouse and King’s Park-Carmunnock
The final areas are Kelvindale, Anniesland-Partick, Tollcross-Garrowhill and Nitshill.
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A report updating councillors states: “The City Network…describes the concept of a dense active travel network to be delivered over the next ten years.
“Where necessary, space for the City Network will be reallocated from unsustainable transport modes, whilst taking a balanced approach to work with improving public transport and footways.
“Glasgow City Council have clear aspirations that the City Network will be well lit and routed through busier areas providing higher levels of passive supervision, so people feel as safe as possible using it at night and that it is inclusive of all populations.”