An exhibition showing proposals to redesign Burns Square in Dumfries have gone on display.
The square is currently dominated by traffic and is home to a number of bus stops but the council want to reinstate the area as a key focal point of the town.
The plans are one of many regeneration projects fro Dumfries and people are urged to visit the exhibition and give their views.
The proposals include:
- Making the space more pedestrian friendly and easier to use
- Reducing vehicle clutter
- Retaining buses through the square, but changing the circulation flow
The plans, which include 3D illustrations, are on show in St Bride's church - Grey Friars Kirk.
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