Police safety advise for cycle infrastructure

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Dear Glasgow City Council,
Please provide the following:

Copies of the police advice provided to Glasgow City Council which led to:

1. The removal between December 2020 and April 2021 of the exemptions for cycling (introduced under Spaces for People) at No Entry signs for streets in Dennistoun including Armadale Street, Craiglea Street, Meadowpark Street, Marne Street, Ingleby Dreiv, Whitehill Street and Craigpark.

2 The removal of the light segregation along the London Road Spaces for People cycle lane at Parkhead.

Yours faithfully,

Jon Hand

Customer Care Centre, Glasgow City Council

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