A number of the streets that were due to get active travel and public realm makeovers under the Glasgow city centre Avenues programme have been put on hold until a review is carried out into the project's affordability.
Designs based on the community’s ideas for transforming some of the lanes connected to Wick High Street will be revealed at an event in the town in November. The Royal Burgh of Wick Community Council and the Highland Council successfully applied for Sustrans Scotland’s Pocket Places Prog
Efforts to save Leith’s much-loved Lindsay Road Bridge (also known as Pride Bridge) have moved a step closer thanks to a funding award through Sustrans’ Places for Everyone programme. The 1930’s bridge, originally built for vehicular traffic, was closed off to motor vehicles in
Work has started on a £3 million environmental improvement project to transform the public spaces around the Cedar high-rise flats at St George’s Cross in Glasgow. The Woodside Making Places project is being delivered by Queens Cross Housing Association and supported by additional fundin
A newly upgraded walking, wheeling and cycling path, which provides a vital link in the north of Edinburgh, has been officially named after a famous explorer who once studied in the area. Speirs Bruce Way was formally opened on Friday and celebrates the accomplishments of William Speirs Bruce, a lat
A final operational plan for Edinburgh’s George Street and First New Town (GNT) project was approved by members of the Transport and Environment Committee yesterday along with updates to the proposed design. A key change is the introduction of trees on George Street, which has been agreed