The independent Glasgow Connectivity Commission was established in November 2017. The Commission is chaired by Professor David Begg and it has been challenged to generate bold, fresh ideas to transform Scotland's biggest city; making it a more liveable and breathable place which is even more attractive to visitors, businesses and citizens.
The report produced by the Commission is divided into two phases:
Phase One report, focuses on recommendations for Glasgow City Council to improve connectivity within the city centre of Glasgow.
Phase Two outlines recommendations to reshape the strategic road and rail network so as to improve connectivity in the Glasgow City Region over the coming decades.
Please find the full version of the report here: