GREENS fighting for seats in the City Chambers want more investment in sports facilities.
They claim vacant buildings, which could be used as cycling hubs, are standing empty and highlight tennis courts and a running track in Maryhill Park which have been bolted closed and allowed to become overgrown.
Steen Parish, who is contesting Maryhill and Kelvin for the Greens, said: "Despite local community leadership in Maryhill working to promote sports investment and increased physical activity, the council and Glasgow Life have not taken forward proposals to improve the tennis courts, running track and cycling provision.
"Tens of millions of pounds are being poured into the area to build housing. It's time to make progress in the transformation of disused open spaces and buildings."
Councillor Martha Wardrop said: "There has to be investment to protect outdoor spaces and enhance the opportunities for people to get active."