The council is reaching out to cyclists to ask them to help to shape a new bike strategy for Dundee.
Cyclists are being invited to a meeting with council chiefs on Monday, and there are hopes that it can lead to regular meetings to discuss how the city can be made more cycle-friendly.
Will Dawson, convener of the council’s city development committee, said: “We understand the importance of cycling as a regular form of travel and exercise for many people.
“We are keen to hear from cyclists about the facilities, attitudes and issues surrounding their experiences of using their bikes in Dundee and hope to be able to develop that into a framework for maintaining and improving of all aspects of cycling in the city.”
Individual cyclists, cycling businesses and cycling groups have been invited to the event at 14 City Square to take part in discussions and workshops that will help shape the strategy document.
As well as discussing the future strategy, it’s hoped to establish a regular cycling forum that will establish and maintain dialogue between cyclists and the council.
A new e-mail address, email@example.com, will allow cyclists to pass on feedback after the meeting, which takes place at 14 City Square on Monday, March 9, at 6.30pm.