South City Way

South City Way

The winner of the inaugural 2015-16 competition was Glasgow City Council’s ‘South City Way’ project.

segregated cycleway

This will see the creation of a 3km segregated cycleway from the densely-populated Southside of Glasgow into the city centre, running from Queen’s Park, along Victoria Road, to the Merchant City district.

Vibrant Streets

The project will also improve facilities for those on foot, creating more vibrant streets and improving the look and feel of the area.

Victoria Road- South City Way

project updates & events

  • Exterior of the Bike for Good Hub, Govanhill
    June 13, 2019
    South Glasgow fund boosts local organisations
    Community groups and charities across south Glasgow are celebrating after being awarded more than £100,000 from Sustrans Scotland as part of the construction of South City Way.
  • June 7, 2018
    South City Way Small Grants Fund
    Sustrans Scotland’s South City Way Small Grants Fund is a fantastic opportunity for community groups to apply for up to £5,000 of funding for projects which will encourage people to walk and cycle, or help improve public spaces along the route.
  • April 10, 2018
    First trees planted on South City Way
    Glasgow based environmental charity, South Seeds, has welcomed the planting of the first trees along the South City Way (SCW), Glasgow City Council’s winning bid to the 2016 Community Links PLUS (CLPLUS) competition run by Sustrans Scotland.
  • December 4, 2017
    Works Commence on Community Links PLUS Project in Glasgow
    Glasgow City Council’s winning design in the Scottish Government funded Community Links PLUS competition will deliver first of its kind infrastructure in Scotland.

Cohesive Network

The South City Way will help give the city one of the most cohesive, high-quality urban cycle networks in the UK. Glasgow City Council was awarded £3,250,000, which they are match funding to create a total project fund of £6,500,000.

“Glasgow City Council has shown real ambition and vision... for people who choose to walk or cycle along a major commuter belt”

Humza Yousaf, Minister for Transport & the Islands