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A Public Conversation on Glasgow's transport future - have your say

We are preparing a set of new transport plans for the City - an overarching Glasgow Transport Strategy, a City Centre Transformation Plan and Liveable Neighbourhoods Plan. A Public Conversation on the city's transport future will run for six weeks from 21st September to 30th October 2020. The aim of this public engagement is to gather views from stakeholder organisations and the public to help inform the new transport plans.

Have your say - how to participate

We have prepared a Public Conversation brochure which outlines some of the issues we hope to tackle, and on which we are seeking your views. You can read it pdf icon here [4Mb]. If you'd like to read a much shorter summary version, have a read of our leaflet pdf icon here [328kb].

If you would like a Word-based copy of the survey questions to help you answer the online survey or for other accessibility reasons, please email ConnectingCommunities@glasgow.gov.uk.

Please also email if you would like to receive the leaflet in Arabic, Punjabi, Romanian, Slovak, Urdu, Mandarin and Braille.   

The main ways you can get involved and have your say are:

A launch webinar is taking place on 23rd September, and you can sign up to attend here. A People and Place webinar is being held on on 7th October, and you can sign up to attend here.

  • There will be other background work including community group discussions and stakeholder workshops, and one to one discussions.   

You can also get involved by sharing a snapshot of your movement in the city. It could be the light as you cycle on an early morning or the conversations you have at the bus stop. Submit at Connecting Moments.

For a more visual showcase of what we are doing, how you can participate and what other people are saying, have a browse of our Connecting Communities StoryMap.

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    Further detail

    If you're interested in reading more detail behind our Public Conversation brochure, head to our Transport Strategy page where you can read:

    • Our Draft Case for Change report for the new Glasgow Transport Strategy, and supporting Equality Impact Assessment and Strategic Environmental Assessment Screening Documents.
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