Glasgow is to spend £6m on making the city the most cycle-friendly in Scotland.
The money will create more cycle-only paths, increase traffic calming and develop more safe routes for cyclists.
Glasgow City Council’s executive committee has pledged the funds as part of a new cycling strategy - which aims to almost double the number of cyclists in the city to 15,000 a day by 2025.
The most recent figures show the average number of people cycling each day in Glasgow was 7,636 in 2012-14.
Bailie Elaine McDougall, the council’s executive member for transport, environment and sustainability, said: “This new strategy outlines our plans to transform Glasgow into the most cycle-friendly city in Scotland.
“To achieve this will require substantial investment and it is our intention to invest £6 million over the next three years if we can get the Scottish Government and other stakeholders to do the same.”