Public engagement event: Tuesday 26th June, 3:30pm-7pm, Woodside Library, St. George’s Road, G3 6JQ.
Following on from consultations held throughout the year for the Connecting Woodside project (formerly Woodside Mini-Holland) Glasgow City Council and our partners Sustrans will be holding a public engagement event with an online consultation to obtain further Stakeholder feedback.
The public engagement event will focus on specific sections of the project; mainly:
· Garscube Road
· North Woodside Road crossing at Maryhill Road
We are proposing a number of changes to improve the environment for cyclists, pedestrians, local residents and businesses. New designs could see the implementation of:
· New pedestrian crossings
· Segregated cycle lanes
· Reallocation of road space
· Junction redesign at Garscube Road / Possil Rd Cross and Garscube Rd/Firhill
· Crossing reallocation and public space treatment on North Woodside Road at Maryhill Road
A public drop in session will be held on:
Tuesday 26th June, 3:30pm-7pm
Woodside Library, St. George’s Road
Glasgow, G3 6JQ.
Information and an online survey will be available from the 19th June for a period of 4 weeks. The online consultation tool will be available at: www.glasgow.gov.uk/connectingwoodside.
Consultation posters will be displayed in public premises and a leaflet drop will be delivered to all residential and commercial properties within the Connecting Woodside project area. This will provide the public the opportunity for residents and businesses to provide comments on the proposals that might assist with the detailed layout.
The closing date for consultation responses will be the 17th July.
If you would like to comment and be kept up to date with the project, please join our mailing list at www.glasgow.gov.uk/connectingwoodside