Benalder St/Bunhouse Rd/Old Dumbarton Road Cycle Lanes

25th June 2018

A traffic management order has been published for the creation of cycle lanes within Old Dumbarton Road, Bunhouse Road, Benalder Street and Ferry Road. Please click an image to enlarge.

Key facts:

Bunhouse Road

  • At the junction of Argyle Street (West of the Kelvingrove Museum) installation of new traffic lights to separate cyclists and pedestrians. Both lights will operate in sequence.
  • Western footway will be removed with a segregated bi-directional cycle lane constructed.
  • Removal of metered parking and extending ‘No waiting, no loading at any time’ restrictions on the West kerbline
  • Relocation of disabled parking bay from West to East Kerbline.

Benalder Street

  • Installation of a marked cycle lane on the East kerbline. Note: Cycle route will be segregated from other traffic.

Ferry Road/Old Dumbarton Road

  • Cycle route will be on the footway with a raised separator kerb keeping pedestrians at the rear and cyclists at the front. Parking will be removed on the Southern kerbline from the junction with Dalnair Street to Benalder Street.
  • Ferry Road (Lower section) – cycle route will share the carriageway with other traffic as at present.

You can view the Statement of Reasons

A copy of the order, relevant maps and Statement of Reason for proposing to make the Order are available to view 9am – 5pm, Monday to Friday at: Reception, Land and Environmental Services, Exchange House, 231 George Street, Glasgow, G1 1RX.

Anyone wishing to object to this order must do so in writing to Project Manager, Land and Environmental Services, Exchange House, 231 George Street, Glasgow, G1 1RX or via email at liam.lochran@Glasgow.gov.uk

Any objections or support must be made by Friday 27th July 2018

Update (December 2018)

Originally, this project was scheduled for implementation in 2019, however, following our successful bid within Sustrans Scotland’s Places For Everyone competition, the works will be undertaken as part of our wider Cycling village proposal.

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