Glasgow City Council is preparing three new transport plans for the City

  • an updated Local Transport Strategy - the Glasgow Transport Strategy
  • an updated City Centre Transport Strategy - the City Centre Transformation Plan
  • a completely new Liveable Neighbourhoods Plan

And they want to hear your views on transport, the problems it causes you, what you'd like to see improved.

They would like your views on our proposed goals or "outcomes" for the new Glasgow Transport Strategy and your input to the kind of transport future you want in Glasgow.

The Public Conversation on the city's transport future will run for six weeks from 21 September to 30 October 2020. The aim of this public engagement is to gather views from the public and stakeholder organisations to help inform the new transport plans.

Click on the image below to watch a short animation about our transport future...

Download the public conversation brochure

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Consultation Events

In partnership with Sustrans Scotland and the Scottish Community Development Centre (SCDC) we will be hosting two free online events to further discuss the public conversation. These will be online using Zoom hosted by SCDC and will take place on:

To help us manage the event it would be appreciated if you can book in advance via the links above or drop us an email at [email protected]

Book now

Transport Priorities Simulator

We all need to get from A to B. Transport plays a big part in our daily lives. As such the Council want to know what transport improvements you would like to see in the city to make it easier for you to get around in a way that is good for us, our communities and our environment. 

The Transport Priorities Simulator gives you points to allocate on transport in the city - how would you distribute your points, what are your priorities?  

 Try the simulator

Social Media

If you are on social media then use the #GetAboutGlasgow hashtag to share your thoughts and stay informed

Twitter   Facebook   Instagram

Connecting Moments

Your movement in 60 seconds. The Council are encouraging you to submit a snapshot of your movement in the city. It could be the light as you cycle on an early morning or the conversations you have at the bus stop. Show us what makes your day and tell us what transport in the city could be in the future.

Watch this short video for more ideas about how to capture your connecting moments.

Submit a Connecting Moment