Glasgow's Transport Future - Public Consultation

Glasgow City Council wants to hear from you! From 21st September for 6 weeks, Glasgow City Council is running a Public Conversation on Glasgow’s Transport Future.

What’s the problem?

Glasgow has set a 2030 carbon neutral target for the City, and transport contributes a third of carbon emissions. Many people, and children, live in poverty in Glasgow and don’t have access to a car. Transport can help people to access jobs, but it can also be the reason many young people can’t get to training or jobs or education.

The City wants to have a Public Conversation on transport issues in the City, and gather your ideas on how we can all work together to have a worldclass transport system that supports everyone.

Get involved

You can take part in the Public Conversation in several ways, all via www.glasgow.gov.uk/connectingcommunities (or via the StoryMap below)

  • Complete our online survey
  • Play the transport priorities simulator – allocate your points (and earn more points to spend!)

A prize draw is running for the online survey – up for grabs is a 10 week Glasgow Zonecard, and 4 x £25 prizes. If you want to enter, please leave your email address in the online survey.

You can see full details of the project at this website