Welcome to Glasgow City Council's cycling pages.
Glasgow's cycling infrastructure is improving every year. Currently we have just over 301 km of cycle lanes of various types including segregated, shared and marked/signed on street. Additionally we have surpassed our installation of cycle racks of 100 per year each year since 2007.
We have a strategic approach to improving the overall network. However, should there be areas where relatively minor improvements would help facilitate your journey, whether through installation of dropped kerbs or additional cycle parking, then contact us via the email address provided email@example.com.
Glasgow's "City Ways" are those cycle routes that radiate from the city centre. They are key routes that have business, cultural, educational and residential destinations along and in close proximity to them. They are characterised by constructed features such as segregated cycle lanes and links into the wider cycle network, providing greater cycle access to all aspects of our city.
Glasgow City Council's Strategic Plan for Cycling Consultation
Glasgow City Council's Strategic Plan for Cycling 2015 -2025 consultation runs from 12 June 2015 to the 4 September 2015.
To take part in the consultation please visit the Consultation Hub and click on the current consultations link.
Cycle Lane Segregation Trial - Aikenhead Road
Glasgow City Council is carrying out a trial to explore different ways of delivering segregated cycle lanes. This is taking place on Aikenhead Road, Govanhill and will be in place for a year.
In order to inform the future direction of the cycle network in Glasgow, We would like to gather your views and opinions about the different types of segregation methods we are trialling. Full details in the Projects section.
Leisure / Sport
Cycle Hire Scheme
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Policy & Strategy pertaining to cycle development
Cycle Charities & Community Enterprises