UPDATE (SEPTEMBER 2021):
Following an independent review in September 2021 which considered whether long-term sustainability and active travel benefits could be realised by retaining measures - all Spaces for People cycle lanes, including the one noted below will become permanent.
Ward 10 Anderston/City/Yorkhill
Location (From / To)
Sauchiehall Street to Cowcaddens Road
Expected Work Start Date:
15th March 2021
Expected Work Completion Date:
5th April 2021
Installation of a soft segregated two-way cycle route, relining works and introduction of temporary planters and street trees. The carriageway where the new cycle lane is proposed will also be resurfaced prior to 15 March 2021.
To facilitate physical distancing and enable alternative travel / active travel options.
Type of Infrastructure:
Convert existing advisory uni-directional cycle lanes on Cambridge Street to a mandatory 3.0m wide two-way cycle lane on the western side. Install soft segregation to protect the cycle lane by using Zicla Zebra and bolt down bollards. Proposal is to install a 200mm wide mandatory white line and rearrange the existing parking and loading facilities
It is proposed to relocate x1 disabled bay from the west side of Cambridge Street before Renfrew Street, to a position approximately 30m east of Cambridge Street on Renfrew Street.
Loading & Servicing
No loading bays are proposed to be relocated.
Parking provision is to be retained although it is proposed to mark the parking bays using lining.
As above it is not proposed to reduce the available parking space although it is proposed to mark the parking bays using lining.
The temporary cycle lanes proposed as part of the Spaces for People initiative have been designed to take cognisance of the forthcoming Underline project as part of the Avenues programme. As such it is proposed to reduce Cambridge Street to 1 lane in each direction. The full width of available carriageway for vehicles will be 6.5m.