Glasgow cyclists protest outside COP26 climate talks
Cyclists say that active travel is not even up for discussion at COP26.
'It’s great to see this exciting community-led project take another important step'
A new development trust has been formed by residents in Yorkhill and Kelvingrove to drive forward an ambitious city cycle project.
Minister hails completion of Sauchiehall Avenue project as a boost for active travel
Key features include enhanced and widened pavements that free up space for pedestrians and licensed tables and chairs.
Finnieston, Yorkhill and Kelvingrove win £13m to create people-friendly streets
The announcement was made by the transport minister Michael Matheson at an event in Perth.
Yorkhill & Kelvingrove reveals new video in final pitch for safe cycling and walking
A bid has just been submitted to the sustainable travel organisation Sustrans Scotland.
Families to stage demo at Scotstoun road hotspot as part of nationwide campaign
The protest is among 20 or so local demos organised under the Pedal on Parliament banner.
Glasgow sunbathers see red over plans to levy 'taps aff tax' to help fund city's parks
Teams of specially-recruited wardens will tour the parks to collect the Parks In Sun & Heat charge.
Segregated cycle lanes and fewer parking bays feature in latest plan for Byres Road
The plans, as they stand, were shown to 'stakeholders' at a behind-closed-doors design workshop last week.
VIDEO: Move over cars, it looks like cycles are about to win argument on Byres Road
Green councillor Christy Mearns pushed cross-party backing for the measure at committee this week.
Cyclists stage protest on Byres Road over bike lane plans that offer 'no protection'
Cyclists are unhappy at the absence of segregated cycle lanes within the final proposals for improvements to the public realm along Byres Road now being consulted on.
REVEALED: the first look at Byres Road as it could appear soon after a major facelift
The consultation will run from 23 May until 27 June.
Cyclists put brakes on Scottish Formula 1 Grand Prix racing through the West End
A cycling charity has told city chiefs and race organisers that the plans clash with a family pedalling event.
Cycle campaigners pump up the pressure for a 'better Byres Road' at local meeting
The day started with simultaneous cycling and walking marches from the city’s Riverside Museum along Byres Road to Hillhead Library.
Plans making Queen Margaret Drive cycle and walking friendly to go on public show
A number of options have been drawn up as a part of consultation document.
Cyclists to 'Ride for a Better Byres Road' in bid to reduce traffic on new-look street
Space for People Byres Road is inviting people to join members on a cycle ride along the road.
Glasgow set to follow the Dutch example as West End cycling scheme wins funding
Sustainable cycle and pedestrian route Woodside Mini Holland wins funding in national award scheme run by Transport Scotland and Sustains Scotland
Finnieston moves up a gear…as nextbike rental station on Argyle Street announced
The new station will be positioned outside the Sainsbury Local store at the junction of Kelvinhaugh Street.
Video: Vandals wreck city's first on-street bicycle pump just weeks after installation
The on-street pump on Argyle Street was only fixed in position in June.
Video: Lorraine Kelly cheers on Broomhill cyclist Katie ahead of world records bid
Graeme Obree and Colin Gregor are among other top names throwing their support behind Katie Ford, who has epilepsy.
All systems go for world-class BMX centre in Knightswood after funding is approved
The facility will be the first and only one of its kind in Scotland.