Feedback wanted for new Lochgilphead to Crinan Canal active travel route proposals

Encouraging more people to walk, wheel and cycle with improved links between local communities are just some of the aims behind a proposed new travel route between Lochgilphead’s Front Green and the Crinan Canal.


The route will provide a safe and direct travel link between Ardrishaig, the Canal, and Lochgilphead.


Earlier in the year, Argyll and Bute Council launched a consultation asking people on their views on proposed designs to help identify the best options for the new route. The concept designs are now available and the council is asking again for public feedback via an online survey and a drop-in event.  


Online survey
Learn more about the proposals and tell us what you think using our online survey Closing date: 28th September.

In-person event                                                                                                                             Find out more about the final concept designs at a drop-in event on Wednesday 13 September at Lochgilphead Baptist Church from 3pm to 7pm

Councillor Andrew Kain, Policy Lead for Roads and Transport, said: “The final proposed designs are another step closer to offering communities improved opportunities for safe cycling and walking. It is also another key element of our commitment to creating a healthy, climate friendly Argyll and Bute. 


The proposed route offers a safe alternative to car travel and takes in spectacular scenery, we’re so lucky to have on our doorstep.”


The project is funded by the Places for Everyone programme, administered by Sustrans.


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