Under COP 26 security rules, the SEC and surrounding area will be a no-go zone for cyclists and pedestrians for about a month.
Glasgow City Council Consulting on the suspension of public access rights around the venue for the Climate Change Summit.
The Feinstein and Pacific Cause, the Millennium and Bells bridges and the multi-lane site will be out of range from October 23 to November 19.
Create alternate routes.
The council said the ban was necessary to ensure the safety of participants in global events and public safety.
US President Joe Biden, the Queen, Pope Francis and climate campaigner Greta Tinberg will attend.
The council added: “The demarcation zone around the SEC has been determined by the UK and Scottish Governments in collaboration with the police. Scotland And out of the control of Glasgow City Council. However, we have suggested alternative routes for pedestrians and cyclists to walk around the area during the event and would welcome comments or ideas about the proposed routes.
The COP will be held on Monday, November 26 from November 1 to 12.
The SEC’s temporary ban on land access rights covers the following routes:
C93E (Millennium Bridge)
C93F (Belize Bridge)
Part of C93
Part C93A (between Finnieston Quay and Minerva Street)
C93C (between Riverside Museum and Stubbs Cross Road)
Part of C109
Part of C54A (Expressway Overbridge at Anderston)
Part of the C54B (M8 Overbridge in Anderson)
The Calvin River in Calvin Harbor is the ‘main waterway’.
Consultations on the suspension of public access rights are due to end on September 3.
Objections can be emailed to [email protected]