PEOPLE who live and work in Inverclyde still have time to express their views on travelling around the district. 

Inverclyde Council is running a consultation on walking, wheeling, and cycling in the area, with a view to 'enhancing connectivity' across towns and villages. 

Feedback gained from the consultation will form part of a feasibility study being carried out by Inverclyde Council in partnership with active travel organisation Sustrans Scotland.

The consultation seeks views on five separate routes across Inverclyde and wants people to share how easy - or otherwise - it is to travel from one point to another.

The routes are - Port Glasgow station to Coronation Park; Lynedoch Street to the A78; Greenock town centre to Branchton Station; Branchton Station to A78 Inverkip; and the Albert Road public toilets to Gourock outdoor pool. 

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Responses should be submitted by this Sunday, February 18.