Glasgow City Council working in partnership with Transport Scotland are undertaking a longitudinal review of the M74 Completion project, in particular looking at the economic impacts and benefits across Glasgow and the West of Scotland.

The ‘missing link’ of the motorway (Fullarton Junction near Carmyle to the Kingston Bridge in the city centre) opened in June 2011 and it is important that we gather feedback from businesses to help identify whether the project helped to generate any additional benefits for local businesses. Benefits could include:

  • reduced and/or more reliable journey times;
  • improved accessibility for employees;
  • improved accessibility for suppliers and markets; and
  • access to a wider labour pool.

EKOS Ltd, economic and social researchers, have been appointed to lead the study.

Please can you complete the questionnaire, which should take around 10 minutes to complete by following the link below. The survey closes on Friday 27th May 2016 and will be used to help identify what has been achieved as a result of the M74 Completion project.

Please note that in accordance with the Data Protection Act all data provided will be treated with strict confidence and no details will be reported that could identify an individual business. Please be assured that your contact details will not be passed to any third party.

Should you have any questions or require further information regarding the study please contact Mick McCart at EKOS in the first instance on (0141) 353 8304 / Thank you in advance, and I hope that you are able to take part in this important study.

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