Public Transport

Encouraging Public Transport


The Quality Partnership Scheme for Glasgow Streamline Quality Bus Routes.
Glasgow City Council along with Strathclyde Partnership for Transport intend to introduce a Statutory Quality Partnership Scheme for all bus companies operating on the major routes within the Glasgow boundary. Further Information

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National Entitlement Card
If you are over 60 or disabled you can now apply for a Scottish Citizens' National Entitlement Card. which will allow you to travel on any local bus service or scheduled long distance coach service anywhere in Scotland free of charge. Further Information

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Glasgow benefits from direct links to major cities in the UK and Europe through its extensive road, rail and air network.

There is a comprehensive integrated bus, rail and underground network serving the city and the Greater Glasgow Area - including East Kilbride, Bishopbriggs and Clydebank.

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Our aim is to have a city where people use their cars only when necessary and to ensure that alternative modes of transport such as buses, trains, cycling and walking can be used for most journeys.

Contact Details:

Land and Environmental Services
Richmond Exchange
231 George Street
Glasgow
G1 1RX
 
E-mail land@glasgow.gov.uk

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