Part of Kelvin way is to be re-opened to traffic to allow access to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.

The road has been closed to traffic to give more space to people for walking and cycling for several weeks.

The changes will introduce a pop up cycle lane and new planters.

Glasgow City Council said it is keen for the space to continue to be used for active travel.

One lane on the stretch between Sauchiehall Street and the turn off for the Museum will be open one way for motor vehicles. Exit will be via a different route.

The rest of the street, until it joins University Avenue, will remain open only for walking, wheeling and cycling.

The council said: “Vehicles will be directed toward the museum car park entrance when turning off Sauchiehall Street and won't be able to progress any further along Kelvin Way. Exit from the museum car park will be via a separate route.

“The remainder of Kelvin Way between the museum car park entrance and University Avenue will remain closed to traffic, continuing to be exclusively for walkers, wheelers and cyclists.”