Works and diversion. Starting this month and continuing for several months, there will be diversions in place for users of the Green Circular alongside Riverside Drive and Central Waterfront
1) March/April 2017 installation of lighting at Riverside Playing Fields. Short sections requesting walk your bike or cycle round on the grass.
2) March to October 2017 installation of flood defence walls at Riverside Drive. Section closed near Railway Bridge with signed diversions for walkers and cyclists using Seabraes or the footway on the north of Riverside Drive.
3) April 2017 to January 2018 alongside the V&A site. Short section closed, with signed diversion using pedestrian crossings and the footways on the north side of Riverside Esplanade
The Green Circular is a 26-mile cycle route that circumnavigates Dundee. It passes through areas of parkland, alongside the scenic Firth of Tay riverfront, next to the Dighty Burn and past many of Dundee’s visitor attractions including Discovery Point and Camperdown Wildlife Centre.
Cyclists can access the route through the Dundee Port area. Because of security legislation, those intending to use the cycle route need photo identification or a pass (provided free by the Port Office). Forms can be obtained in advance from the Port Office.
Dundee's Greenways are routes that join the Green Circular to other destinations across the city. The routes provide useful links between work places, shops, leisure facilities and recreation areas.