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Connecting Woodside

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Formerly known as Woodside Mini-Holland this is an area wide active travel project which is a first of its kind in Scotland. The project bid navigated a 3 stage judging process with Glasgow being successful in achieving funding.

The project is considered as having four main elements:

  • Place - Environmental enhancements making the area an attractive place to live and visit.
  • Segregated cycle tracks - Safe cycle routes and excellent public transport integration.
  • Permeability and connectivity - Improved walking opportunities and attractive pedestrian links.
  • Outreach work - At least 5% of the project budget will be allocated for outreach activities aimed at encouraging active and sustainable travel.

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Raeberry Street Consultation (CLOSED)

Raeberry Street

The consultation period for the Raeberry Street Quietway proposals has now ended.

Thank you to all, that took the time to complete our survey and provide us with valuable feedback.

We are now reviewing the comments in conjunction with our design proposals for the area.

A consultation summary report will be prepared and made available on the website soon.

Find out more about Raeberry Street by visiting our Consultation Story Map.

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