PUBLIC consultations is taking place over potential active travel routes to enhance connectivity across Greenock and westwards to Inverkip, and within Gourock and Port Glasgow.
Feedback will form part of a feasibility study being carried out by Inverclyde Council in partnership with active travel organisation Sustrans Scotland.
The survey relates to options for improving the cycling, walking and wheeling experience on following five routes:
— Port Glasgow Rail Station to Coronation Park
— Lynedoch Street to A78
— Greenock Town Centre to Branchton Rail Station
— Branchton Rail Station to A78 Inverkip
— Albert Road public toilets to Gourock Outdoor Pool
Feedback can be given online until Sunday 18 February.
An in-person event will also take place on Wednesday (31 January) from 10am to 7.30pm at the I-Youth Zone, Nicolson Street, Greenock, PA15 1UL.