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North west Glasgow’s skyline has been changed forever with the erection of a 30-metre steel mast at Stockingfield junction. The mast is the main supporting pylon for the new £12 million active travel bridge over the Forth & Clyde Canal.

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The third and final phase of the Inshes District Park main path infrastructure in Inverness has been completed and is now open to the public. The £358K contract which forms part of the third phase of development at Inshes District Park was awarded to Pat Munro Ltd of Alness and work began on s

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The first delivery of steel work has now been fitted on-site at the new £12 million active travel bridge over the Forth & Clyde Canal in northwest Glasgow.  The bridge will link the communities of Maryhill, Gilshochill and Ruchill in the city for the first time since the waterway open

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Angus Council and Sustrans are set to fund £200,000 in improvement works to reduce the flood risk on the national cycle path at Elliot Links, Arbroath. The council's executive sub-committee approved £100,000 of funding on Friday and the remaining £100,000 will be funded by Sustrans

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Planning and transport expert Daisy Narayanan has been appointed to a new role bringing together placemaking and transport strategy at the City of Edinburgh Council. Daisy is currently director of urbanism forSustransand will bring with her a wealth of experience in policy and public realm design, g

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Transport Scotland has included long-mooted plans for a metro connection between Glasgow Airport and Paisley Gilmour Street Station in its second Strategic Transport Projects Review (STPR2). Under the proposals, the link from the airport to Paisley Gilmour Street Station will be built in the first p

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The Scottish Government has allocated more than £22 million to three permanent active travel schemes in Ayr, Hawick and Broughty Ferry.

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Clyde Gateway is to work with community-led environmental charity Urban Roots to transform 16 hectares of vacant and derelict land at Toryglen into a woodland retreat to be known as ‘Malls Mire’ which will be a haven for activities, learning and wellbeing.

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Work on a £4.3 million project which will introduce a range of improvements in Clydebank has begun. West Dunbartonshire Council's Connecting Clydebank project, which centres around a key section of Glasgow Road, will create better links between the Town Hall, the town centre and the Queens Qua

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