Have your say: Quality Bike Corridor

A Quality Bike Corridor from George IV Bridge to the King's Buildings is being proposed for development by the Council to improve facilities for cyclists and bus users travelling between the King's Buildings and the city.

The corridor would include new cycle lanes and bus lanes, and changes to the parking and loading restrictions along the route so these lanes aren’t blocked as often by parked vehicles. You can find further information on the proposals and plans at:

  • James Clerk Maxwell Building, Level 3 Cafeteria, between 15 - 18 November (9am - 5pm) and 19 November (9am - 3pm)
  • King’s Buildings House, The Grange Room, between 20 - 26 November (9am - 5pm)

Come visit us at a drop-in session, where Council staff will be able to answer any questions you may have. These will be held at:

  • James Clerk Maxwell Building, Level 3 Cafeteria on 16th November, 12pm - 3pm.
  • King’s Buildings House, The Grange Room on 25th November, 12pm - 3pm.

Plans for the scheme will also be on display at Newington Library, 17-21 Fountainhall Road, Edinburgh, EH9 2LN from 15 - 29 November.

Additional public drop-in sessions will be at St. Catherine’s Argyle Church, 61 Grange Road, Edinburgh, EH9 1TY on 1 and 2 December (5pm - 8pm).

For more information (including the scheme drawings) and to submit comments by email please visit:


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