Signage encouraging pedestrians to “keep left” have been introduced on two of Glasgow’s busiest shopping streets.
The one-way signs have been installed on Buchanan Street and Argyle Street as part of a pilot scheme aimed at helping people to socially distance from each other in the city centre.
Glasgow City Council said it was introducing the signs as part of its Spaces for People programme, which is supported by £3.5m in funding from the Scottish Government.
Other measures already introduced under the scheme include queuing space around Glasgow Central Station High and Low Level entrances as well as footway widening and road closures in and around George Square.
A bus/cycle/taxi gate has been added to George Square (south) and South Frederick St (north), and a bus/cycle/taxi lane on Cochrane Street, to create transport corridors.
That work was completed alongside pavement widening on Hope Street, Union Street and Bath Street.
Non-essential shops reopened across the country last month in line with the Scottish Government’s easing of coronavirus restrictions.