Bus station bike shelter

Bus station bike shelter Image

THE LATEST addition to Dundee’s cycling infrastructure has been unveiled at the city’s bus station.

A 10-bike shelter giving cyclists somewhere covered to store their machines while using the bus network has been installed at the Seagate facility.

Mark Flynn convener of Dundee City Council’s city development committee said: “The new shelter means that following a similar exercise at Dundee Railway Station we are able to completely join up active travel with public transport to boost low carbon ways of getting locally and further afield.

“I was pleased to see that local firm P&G Blacksmiths helped work on the shelter, boosting its green credentials by repurposing some of the existing fencing as well as adding more to create the yellow safety barrier.”

Funded by Dundee City Council the, £5,000 shelter, was also installed by Tayside Contracts.

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