Making Cycling Mainstream for Glasgow City Council

Posted by Katie Wright / 22/05/2014


On 29th April and 20th May, Glasgow City Council visited Cycling Scotland HQ to take part in Planning and Designing for Cyclists workshops, run by Cycling Scotland’s senior engineering officer, Peter Leslie.

This module forms part of Cycling Scotland’s Making Cycling Mainstream suite of free courses to inform staff on how they should be accommodating the transport mode in their designs and projects for the council.

The course was attended by a range of  council departments  with 24 people attending.

The course consisted of workshops, groups design of segregated cycle facilities,  and a fieldtrip to experience segregated infrastructure in Glasgow








If you are interest in attending future courses then please visit our website here or get in touch with Fiona on

If your local authority is interested in running courses either at CS offices or at your authority then please contact Fiona.

Cycling Scotland  staff are looking forward to delivering the course at West Lothian Council during June.


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