Clydebank residents are being asked for their views on the state of local roads.

The Scottish Parliament’s rural economy and connectivity committee wants to hear thoughts from people about how they feel roads, paths and pavements close to them are being maintained - or not.

Scotland’s road network consists of almost 56,000km (34,796 miles) of roads, but concerns have been raised about the state of many of them due to declining local authority budgets.

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Edward Mountain MSP, committee convener, said: “We want to hear from all road users across Scotland, from large commercial transport operators, small local businesses, roads authorities, community groups and individuals so that we can develop a deep understanding of how effectively Scotland’s roads are being maintained.

“The road network in Scotland is the vital link in connecting communities and supporting both national and local economies.”