(Sustrans) - In spring 2020, Glasgow City council launched its Spaces for People project in partnership with Sustrans Scotland.
The temporary changes across Glasgow support physical distancing and active travel during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Temporary cycle lanes have been constructed on a number of key routes throughout the city, to provide a safe lane for people cycling.
Pavements have also been widened to allow people space to physically distance in the city centre.
The most ambitious temporary intervention has seen the closure of Kelvin Way, stretching for over 500 meters through the middle of Kelvingrove Park.
Kelvin Way has been closed to traffic since the height of the lockdown. Vehicles can access the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, but the street remains an open space for walking and cycling, and the benefits it brings are welcomed by the local community.
View a short video of local residents' views and read more here.