This specific message was in response to my objection to the Squinty Bridge plans. These plans were removing the right to allow cyclists to use the bus lanes over the bridge. Cyclists would instead have to take a long and shared use route via the Bell's bridge instead.
The e-mail was as follows:
Dear Dr BrennanWith reference to the undernoted enquiry I confirm that a number of objections have been received regarding cycling provision along the route of the Fastlink Core Route. The objections received will now be assessed to determine if the objection raised is valid. Assessment of the received objections will require time to complete and it is proposed now to undertake this task. On completion of the assessment I propose to respond to this enquiry providing full details of the assessment and amendments to the proposals if required.Should you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact me directly...Jim FlemingProject ManagerLand and Environmental Services
Interestingly, this reply does not just mention the Squinty Bridge (otherwise known as the Finnieston Bridge or Clyde Arc......it's a bridge of many names....) specifically, but instead mentions cycling provision along the route of the Fastlink Core Route.
It would appear that Jim Fleming is in charge of this project. Therefore, if you think there are any issues with the cycling provision along this route (you can find the full plans here), then this might be the person to contact. Whilst this particular consultation has ended, there may still be time to register your comments about the cycling provision in general.
Jim, who's e-mail is already advertised on the city council's web site, can be contacted here (email@example.com) It wouldn't do any harm to send him a wee e-mail, would it?