Members of the public are being invited to go along to an important drop-in event which has been organised by East Dunbartonshire Council.
The council is looking for feedback from local people about plans for the Kessington travel hub, the A81 cycle corridor and parking restrictions at the meeting which is being held from 10am to 6pm on Tuesday, May 27 in the space directly in front of Kessington shops, Bearsden.
East Dunbartonshire Council’s development officer for transport, Dave Keane, said: “This event will provide an opportunity for people to determine if we have addressed the issues raised in the initial public desig event for Kessington travel hub which was held last November in Kessington Hall.
“Furthermore, we are seeking comments on the design of the proposed segregated quality cycle corridor on Milngavie Road.
“This is your chance to get involved in designing your area.
“We want to hear your thoughts and ideas and use your expert local knowledge to create a better place for people.
“We need people to give their ideas and thoughts of what the future of Kessington should be like.
“Information will also be available about parking future on/off-street parking restrictions from the Transport and Access Team who will be there all day to help ensure we reach as many people as possible using the area.”
More information about the event will be available on the council website -www.eastdunbarton.gov.uk, Facebook and Twitter.