PLANS for the first phase of a major active travel project in Glasgow’s West End have been unveiled.
Connecting Yorkhill and Kelvingrove is being developed by the city council with funding through Places for Everyone, a Scottish Government active travel infrastructure programme administered by Sustrans.
It aims to improve public spaces; provide more crossing points; prioritise people walking, cycling and wheeling; reduce traffic speed and volume; and improve connectivity.
This first phase links Kelvingrove Park with National Cycle Route 7, Old Dumbarton Road and Centurion Way, and involves improvements on Radnor Street, Haugh Road, Gilbert Street, Sandyford Street and Yorkhill Street.
There will be a segregated bi-directional cycle route on Radnor Street, Haugh Road and Yorkhill Street.