Just remove the white lines.If kelvin way is to be kept traffic free permanently then i hope there is a bit of money available at some point to stop it looking so much like the road it was. You still see people instinctively walking along the pavements because, well, there are pavements. And lines down the middle of the road. And parking spaces painted along the sides. And speed limit signs. And parking ticket machines...
Also, can i just repeat my suggestion that it would be an amazing space for a regular street food/farmers market type thing at weekends when the uni and primary school aren't generating so much foot traffic
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KELVIN Way Set To Remain Traffic-Free Under Plan To Keep Citywide Spaces For People Measures - reGlasgowNEARLY all of the cycle and pedestrian improvements introduced in Glasgow during the pandemic will be made permanent under council plans. | Read morewww.reglasgow.com
Cambridge Street needs improving if its to be retained, its much too narrow (for cars) and IMO poorly marked, as I ended up on the wrong side of the road! other than that, I agree, whats up with Wallacewell Road, 39% Don't know/No Opinion ?? thanks for your input!
I kinda like the idea that the roadway and pavements remain, as a reminder of what was there before and of how much better it is without the traffic.Remove the white lines and the pavements, if there is no traffic, the pavements serve no purpose, open it out, with a clearly marked cycle path, job done
This is clearly true tho im still not sure why!🤔 some of these new build retail units sit empty for years, you'd think they'd lower the rents a littleThat stretch of buildings must be saved at all costs.
Modern developments can never support small businesses in the same way that older building stock can. Which is partly why the surrounding area is so lifeless.
I think the rent on commercial space in new buildings tends to be too expensive for small businesses to be viable.This is clearly true tho im still not sure why!🤔