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  • 7 October 2020 – Glasgow – a new vision for transport, people and place – webinar
    Glasgow: a new vision for transport, people and placeOrganised by Landor LINKSWednesday  7th October: 10.00 – 12.00  Glasgow City Council is holding a Public Conversation on the city’s transport future, to help inform and shape new transport plans for the City.  Join this webinar on People and Place on 7thOctober 2020 and be part of the conversation. […]
  • CTG COVID-19 Response Update – September 2020
    Over the last 6 months support that Community Transport Glasgow (CTG) has been providing support to the communities of Glasgow and beyond through the fantastic hard work of all the staff and volunteers in CTG’s response to COVID-19. The key information is: Made 595 catch up calls with our individual and group members Provided 12 journeys […]
  • Bus Services to NHS Hospitals
    21 September 2020 The latest update on bus services to NHS hospitals can be downloaded below. Please check with Travel Line and/or Operator before travelling. Reminder of useful links:
  • Connecting Communities – Public Conversation
    21 September 2020 Glasgow City Council is preparing a set of new transport plans for the City – an overarching Glasgow Transport Strategy, a City Centre Transformation Plan and Liveable Neighbourhoods Plan. A Public Conversation on the city’s transport future will run for six weeks from 21stSeptember to 30th October 2020. The aim of this public engagement is to […]
  • Community Council Meeting – 29th September 2020
    All residents in the Merchant City & Trongate area are invited to join us for our September Community Council meeting, to be held via Zoom on Tuesday 29th September 2020. To receive the registration link, please contact us. 1. Welcome by Chair (Duncan MacLaren) 2. Apologies  3. Minutes of the last meeting, approval and action […]
  • Consultation on Licensing of Short Term Lets
    The Scottish Government have launched a consultation on the licensing of short term lets: The Scottish Government’s proposals include a mandatory licensing scheme to ensure that all short-term lets are safe and to address issues faced by neighbours. The regulations, if passed by Parliament, would come into force by April 2021. These would also […]