SECTIONS of two streets at Glasgow Central Station have been changed to one-way traffic as part of physical distancing measures.
Work took place this weekend to install temporary travel infrastructure — including contraflow cycle lanes — as part of the city council’s Spaces for People programme to protect public health and suppress a second wave of Covid-19.
From Sunday (21 June):
— Gordon Street is one-way (eastbound) to permitted traffic between Hope Street and Union Street. This will mean ‘no right turn’ from Renfield Street.
— Argyle Street is one-way (eastbound) to permitted traffic between Hope Street and Union Street. This will mean ‘no right turn’ from Union Street.
This is aimed at giving more space for people around Glasgow Central Station High Level and Low Level entrances.
Westbound cycle access has been maintained.
The measures will be in place for at least three months.