Local people are being asked to submit their thoughts on potential road safety improvements which could be made to four junctions in Erskine.

As part of its commitment to providing the appropriate infrastructure to ensure the roads network is safe for all road users, Renfrewshire Council is investigating potential changes that could be made to four busy junctions and is seeking local knowledge to ensure the most appropriate improvements are identified.

The junctions involved are Linburn Road, Craigends Drive and Barhill Road on Old Greenock Road, and the junction of Kilpatrick Drive and the A726.

The local community can provide their feedback by completing a survey on the council website at www.renfrewshire.gov.uk/erskinejunctionssurvey, before the closing date of 11 December 2022.

A drop-in session will be available at Erskine Library on Tuesday 6 December 2022 from 12pm–2pm

Anyone unable to fill out the online survey can email ei@renfrewshire.gov.uk or write to Environment and Infrastructure, Renfrewshire House, Cotton Street, Paisley, PA1 1BR.

Councillor Michelle Campbell, Convener of Renfrewshire Council’s Infrastructure, Land and Environment Policy Board, said: “We’re continually looking at our roads network to identify ways in which we can make it safer and easier for all road users to use on a day-to-day basis.

“We’ve identified potential improvements, but we want to use the local knowledge of people in Erskine to ensure any change we make are right and will make a positive difference.

“So, please take the time to fill out our survey and have your say on what you would like to see take place at these junctions in Erskine.”

This project is funded through a grant from Transport Scotland’s Cycling, Walking Safer Routes programme.