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People have their say on new Riverside Way in Inverness


By Scott Maclennan


Joan Stewart, Murray McKellar, Brian MacKenzie, Helen Smith and Fiona MaIncally...Picture: Callum Mackay
Joan Stewart, Murray McKellar, Brian MacKenzie, Helen Smith and Fiona MaIncally...Picture: Callum Mackay

Highland Council and Sustrans has staged a Community Activity Day along the River Ness to give people a chance to put forward their ideas and comments about a proposed network of walking and cycling routes which will form a new Riverside Way.

The day included a walking workshop which set off from outside Inverness Botanic Gardens and ended up with a picnic at Eden Court. From there there was a drop-in postcard-making workshop at the corner of Bught Park for families to make postcards about the river.

The activity day gave people a chance to feed into the design of the Riverside Way – which will connect the new West Link Road with the city centre – particularly in terms of signage and how it would be used by pedestrians and cyclists.

The Riverside Way is a key part of the Inverness City Active Travel Network.

More photos in yesterday's Courier.



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