Active Travel projects
Travelling actively can deliver many benefits including; healthier citizens, more connected communities, reduced traffic congestion, and better air quality. We want walking and cycling to be the natural choice for people to make for their everyday journeys in South Lanarkshire.
The projects are funded by various bodies such as the Scottish Government through Transport Scotland, Sustrans, and SPT.
These active travel projects contribute to the Scottish Government’s aim for a healthier, environmentally sustainable nation with a strong economy and communities, as laid out in the National Performance Framework.
- Active Travel projects
- Leadhills Village Active Travel project
- Cycle hire feasibility study – Cambuslang and Rutherglen
- Clydesdale Active Travel studies
- East Kilbride - Active Travel Infrastructure – Town Centre Network – Phase 1.4
- New pedestrian crossings, Burnbank Road and Whitehill Road, Hamilton