Walk, Cycle, Live Stirling

Walk, Cycle, Live Stirling

Two key active travel routes that would allow Stirling to operate as a sustainable and vibrant city which is attractive to businesses, residents and visitors.

safe & attractive

Central to Stirling Council’s vision is the development of a safe and attractive network linking residential areas and the city centre with key destinations including Stirling University, Forth Valley College, Castle Business Park, Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument. The City Boulevard route will improve the environment and streetscape along the A811 from Dumbarton Road, along Albert Place, to Upper Craigs. This includes wider pavements, creating a boulevard feel and connecting the city centre to the proposed new City Park.

Local Benefits

The University Route will improve the environment and streetscape along Goosecroft Road, Cowane Street, Lower Bridge Street and Back O’Hill Road, making these roads accessible to all users and redesigning road crossings to improve accessibility.

project updates & events

  • September 18, 2017
    Five Community Links PLUS projects win funding
    The Minister for Transport and Islands Humza Yousaf MSP, today announced that five ambitious active travel proposals from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling and Inverness have been successful in the final judging of the Sustrans Scotland’s Community Links PLUS (CLPLUS) competition.

Integrated Network

The integrated network would act as a direct link between the city centre and Stirling Bridge, and connect onwards to the communities of Raploch, Cornton, Causewayhead and Bridge of Allan, as well as the campus of the University of Stirling.


These are some of the key milestones for the Walk, Cycle, Live Stirling project.
  • September 2017

    Walk, Cycle, Live Stirling is announced as one of the winners of Community Links PLUS 2016-17

  • Spring 2018

    Start of extensive programme of engagement

  • Summer 2018

    Detailed design work due to be completed

  • Spring 2019

    Construction due to begin

  • Spring 2020

    Construction due to be completed

“a bold step towards a healthier, more sustainable and vibrant Scotland which designs places around the needs of people over vehicular access"

Daisy Narayanan, Sustrans Scotland Deputy Director