As part of the Glasgow City Region City Deal funding, approximately £115 million is being invested in Glasgow city centre to deliver the "Avenues" programme, which will result in a transformation of the city centre's streetscape and public realm - making it more "people-friendly", more attractive, greener, more sustainable and more economically competitive.
Glasgow City Council has also secured an additional £21 million from Sustrans that will enable the delivery of an additional four Avenue projects. These projects will allow the Council to deliver on a key recommendation made as part of the recent Connectivity Commission: The acceleration and expansion of the Avenues programme into other areas of the city.
The project will deliver a key strategic objective of the City Centre Strategy and Action Plan 2014-19: an integrated network of continuous pedestrian and cycle routes across the city centre.
Design and construction work is being phased over the period 2018 to 2028. Construction work began with the Sauchiehall Street "pilot" Avenue in 2018 and was completed in 2019.
The EIIPR programme is essentially a quality place-making scheme that will transform 21 key streets and adjacent areas (or "Avenues") in Glasgow city centre, through the introduction of an improved external environment that will rebalance traffic modes, introduce green and SMART infrastructure, and place "people" firmly at the heart of the project vision and design strategy.
The ambitious project aims to transform the face of the city for all those who live, work and visit. It will see key Glasgow city-centre streets redesigned to protect and prioritise space for cyclists and pedestrians, improve connectivity, introduce sustainable green infrastructure through attractive streetscapes and enhancing biodiversity and improve the way public transport is accommodated.
The improvements include:
Cowcaddens Road and Dobbie's Loan - Concept Design Proposals
The drop-in event is taking place on Monday, 31 October 2022 at Glasgow Caledonian University, Cowcaddens Road, Glasgow. Please drop in anytime between 11am to 4pm.
There are additional drop-in events in the following locations on the 31st October, 2022:
Initial public consultations have already taken place for:
You can view all the initial design proposals for all of these streets via the Past Avenues Consultations .
We are hosting a webinar and drop in session for the undernoted and if you are interested in attending please register by clicking on the link below:
If you wish to find out more about our proposals and the Glasgow Avenues Programme please come along to our:
The current projects are listed below:
Sauchiehall Street between Charing Cross and Rose Street is the pilot project for the overall Avenues programme. Construction work commenced in 2018 and is now complete.
Other Avenues will be progressed in phases between now and 2028.
A map showing the overall Avenues network of individual streets can be downloaded from the Related Documents section on this page.
For a more visual overview of how we are progressing the Avenues Programme click on the link below to view our Story Maps: