Road users reminded about Pride Glasgow march on Saturday morning.

Road users in Glasgow are reminded about Pride Glasgow’s march on Saturday, 17 August and are urged to plan any city centre travel ahead of time.

Floats and members of the public will be lining up at Clyde Place, from 10am and the march will set off at 11.30am and end at approximately 12.30pm. There will be a rolling road closure and Police Scotland and stewards are working closely with Pride Glasgow to ensure safety is a priority.

The route from Clyde Place is: King George V Bridge, Oswald Street, Argyle Street, Queen Street, onto George Square, St Vincent Place, St Vincent Street, Renfield Street, Union Street, Jamaica Street, the Broomielaw and enter Fast Link. All floats/vehicles will continue onto the Broomielaw to McAlpine Street and disperse. 

Organisations taking part have registered in advance but members of the public are encouraged to join the march from Clyde Place, or show support by lining the streets and cheering.