Key dates have been announced for the public to have a say in the future design of Byres Road.
Drop-in design events will take place on August 7, 14, 15 and 16.
The team behind the consultation says these events are its “big focus”.
Initial design options will be on display, with the design team there to hear the thoughts of the public.
“This is your opportunity to shape the future of the street,” according to a flier sent out by the planning team.
The dates are:
Monday August 7, location TBC. This event will be specifically for disabled people. More details to follow.
Monday August 14, 1pm-7pm Hillhead Library
Tuesday August, 15 1pm-7pm Hillhead Library
Wednesday August, 16 1pm-7pm Hillhead Library
Funding of £9m has been allocated through the Glasgow City Region Deal to improve the look of Byres Road.
Work will start on the ground in late 2018.
The team have said they want to make the street more friendly for pedestrians.
Trees will also be a feature in part, but the scope for planting is limited by space.
* The Inclusive design workshop on Monday 7 August is specifically for disabled people, elderly people and those with long term health conditions.
It will be held in an accessible West End venue on Monday 7 August.
Please book in advance via Glasgow Disability Alliance: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0141 556 7103