Hundreds of residents from Fernhill and High Burnside united on Saturday in a protest march against the controversial £21million Cathkin Relief Road.
An estimated 200 people took part in the event, which took place in the woodland park where the road is scheduled to cut through.
Among those taking part was local MP, Margaret Ferrier, while others had also travelled from various parts of Rutherglen and Cambuslang to support the cause and voice their opposition to the plan.
James Kelly MSP has also revealed he would oppose the project, although he did not attend the protest march on Saturday.
The local branches of the Scottish Socialist Party and Scottish Green Party were also represented at the event.
Many members of the crowd waved banners and slogans while one resident even put a large banner on their garage roof to show support.
Alan McLennan, of the Oppose the Cathkin Relief Road group, addressed the protestors before they set off.
Before starting, he told the Reformer: “The numbers here shows the strength of feeling, and that’s what we’ve got to use.
“Looking at the numbers here,