Paisley road west to Ibrox , then turn off down towards the Clyde and cross the river at the BBC.Question re cycle routes into Glasgow.
Normally I commute into city centre by train. At the moment, working at home most days, with occasional trips to work by car. That’s OK for the moment, but parking will become difficult once city centre becomes busier. And more expensive - city centre parking charges have been cancelled since start of lockdown, but resume later this week.
Don’t fancy going back to the train at the moment.
Bike commute not an option - it’d be 100km+ a day!
One option may be to drive to somewhere like Johnstone or Paisley, then bike to city centre from there? But what route? I don’t know those roads well.
I’ve done the NCN7 path several times, which is fine as far as Paisley, but then meanders a bit thru glasgow - via Bellahouston and Pollok parks.
Strava and google maps suggest the cycle path as far as Ross Hall, then Paisley Road West into city centre - which sounds a bit busy.
What route would you suggest, avoiding the bulk of the traffic?
PRW isn't too bad , bus lanes on most of it , and it's flat