Meetings are going to be held from next week which aim to shape the future of the A81 Bears Way.
Public forums will be held on 1 and 7 September in Milngavie Town Hall to inform future work on the cycleway - which offers protected space for people of all ages to cycle in safety and comfort.
Phase 1 of the Bears Way - funded by delivery partners Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) and Sustrans - runs from Burnbrae roundabout to Hillfoot.
However, it will not be fully functional until all phases are complete - providing a traffic-free route from Milngavie to Glasgow.
The proposed Phase 2 will run from Hillfoot to Kessington and one of the goals is to address issues which have been identified through engagement to date.
Public forums will be held on:
· Thursday 1 September, 6pm - 8pm in Milngavie Town Hall
· Wednesday 7 September, 7pm - 9pm in Milngavie Town Hall
Three other ‘drop-in’ information events will be held in the Allander Leisure Centre to complement the public forums.
Please note these will be informal and a chance for the public to access information ahead of the public forums.
Drop-in information events will take place on:
· Thursday 1 September, noon - 2pm
· Saturday 3 September, 11am - 3pm
· Wednesday 7 September, noon - 2pm
A Business Forum was held on August 18 and a Design Forum on Thursday, August 25 - including invited stakeholders and representative groups.
Councillor Alan Moir, convener of development and regeneration, said: “Whether you’re a local resident, cyclist, motorist, pedestrian or regularly use public transport - we want you to get involved and help ensure the project works for everyone.”
If you have any ideas, comments or want to join the mailing list please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information visit www.eastdunbarton.gov.uk/cycling and www.eastdunbarton.gov.uk/bearsway