The Glasgow Cycle Map is now produced by Glasgow City Council and is available free from the city council:
Phone: 0141 287 9171
This is a street plan with special coloured marking on it for:
- cycle paths
- roads with cycle lanes and bus lanes
- signed cycle routes
- quiet roads recommended as cycling routes
- cycle shops
The reverse of the map shows an enlarged city centre map, a regional map showing longer distance cycle routes, local rail map, cycle shop contacts, and lots of other information about cycling.
Glasgow City Council’s website contains this map: https://glasgowgis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappviewer/index.html?id=8eb9f600ed154ae58b09c2c5902ce7f0 but beware when using it! One of the Route Categories used is “Bus corridor on road” This does not mean that there is a bus/cycle/taxi lane, it just means that buses use this route! This map may have been used to populate the Glasgow Cycle Map too, but it might help explain the 310km of the cycle network claimed in the Strategic Plan for Cycling 2016 – 2025 (page 5).