Roseburn to South Gyle walking, wheeling and cycling improvements (Quiet Route 9)

Closed 27 Mar 2024

Opened 15 Feb 2024


The Council is developing designs for improvements along the Roseburn to South Gyle route (Quiet Route 9), which extends west to east between South Gyle and Roseburn Park. The improvements will be in several phases; this first phase focuses on three sites (covering five junctions) in the Balgreen area - sites H, I and J.

A map of the boundary area considered as part of the project, with five rectangular areas indicating junctions that are part of the project.

The improvements will provide significant value to the local community, benefitting people who live in or work in the area, as well as those travelling through. The work will help to make the streets safer and easier to use for anyone walking, wheeling and cycling and aligns closely with other projects being delivered within Edinburgh, including the City Centre West to East Link and the Roseburn to Union Canal project.

Why your views matter

We have prepared designs for the five junctions and we would like to get people’s views to help us shape the final designs. Please read our FAQ document, which is updated regularly based on common queries we've received to date. 

You can view the designs and give us your views by completing the online survey.

The final designs will be used to support an application to Sustrans for further funding for detailed and technical design, which are necessary before applying for construction funding.

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Please email the Interpretation and Translation Service at quoting reference 24-9552A


  • Ward 6 - Corstorphine/Murrayfield


  • Anyone from any background


  • Cycling and walking
  • Roads and pavements
  • Road safety
  • Travel in Edinburgh