We call on Glasgow City Council to invest in properly designed, funded and connected cycle infrastructure and to properly plan it, consult on it, and implement it.

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Catalina Silva
6 years ago
I commute every day by bay from the west end to the city centre. There are not enough adequate bike lanes. Sharing the lane with buses is dangerous!

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Claire Ferguson
6 years ago
There is no cycle route connecting the North to the South through the city centre. How do I get from the Clyde up to Cowcaddens without facing death on a daily basis?

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steve humble
7 years ago
cycling should be easier and a priority

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Judith Calvert
7 years ago
I will likely have to commute to the southern general hospital from Scotstoun next year. The cycling infrastructure as it stands is a joke- poorly lit, poor surfaces, forced to go underground to get across the river which is extremely unpleasant. Why no new bridge at whiteinch? Why no upgrade of cycle route 7, lighting, resurfacing, clearing scrub, CCTV.

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Steven Simeon
7 years ago
My work is moving to a place which means cycling there will be easier and quicker (not sure about safer right enough).

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Barbara Chalmers
7 years ago
In the last two years I've cycled in China, Amsterdam, Paris, Berlin. Everywhere is better than here.

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Toby Hocking
7 years ago
As a regular (daily) commuter on bike I encounter the bizarre so called cycle infrastructure each day and feel Glasgow is lagging other cities in this area.

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Sharon O'Leary
7 years ago
Health, fitness, pollution, quality of life.

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Colin Clark
7 years ago
I cycle daily. It's my primary means of transportation. I know the city very well. While the city enjoys the benefits, cultural, economic etc of hosting the Games - and looks forward to enjoying a rich legacy of infrastructure investment, the reality is that getting around by bike is pitifully under resourced, ill thought through and mostly dangerous. it won't take much to improve what's already here, it just needs the will to see it through.

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Fraser Mcleod
7 years ago
I cycle 20 miles/ day to and from work, and believe many others would be encouraged to get out their cars onto the roads if they felt safer.

Additionally, while I love the idea of national cycle routes, it really doesn't work when you detour them through housing estates etc. This is a lazy alternative to actually upgrading the road network for bikes.