A community activity day will focus on controversial plans for walking and cycling routes along the River Ness.
On Saturday October 19, developers Sustrans and partners Highland Council will offer the public the chance to put forward their ideas and comments on the proposed network of walking and cycling routes which will form The Riverside Way.
The active travel project covers the route along the west side of the river and links the new West Link with the city centre.
In the past, residents have described the plans as a “rat run”, demanding that more is done to protect parking spaces for residents in surrounding streets.
The event will concentrate on three projects that aim to identify options for the design and management of the routes through this area.
A pop-up picnic outside Eden Court between 10am to 3pm will show results from an earlier community consultation.
Attendees will be encouraged to talk about their ideas and suggestions to create a safer and healthier Inverness that promotes walking and cycling around the city.
A walking workshop will set off from outside the Botanics at 11am to talk about any accessibility challenges on the route, and hear how the proposed active travel network can create opportunities for improvements.
From 1pm to 3pm, there will be a drop-in riverside postcard-making workshop at the corner of Bught Park.