Glasgow has never been so buzzing as it is now; from hosting the European Championships, to TRNSMT to the 120th birthday celebrations of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. With so much happening in our city you can be sure to rely on Subway to get you around.
We have been part of Glasgow for over 120 years. Encompassing 15 stations, all of our locations are ideally situated across the city centre, south side and west end of Glasgow. We’re likely to have changed from what you remember as we’re currently undergoing major refurbishment with revamped stations, new trains, platform screen doors and new signalling equipment ensuring the highest quality of service is delivered to our passengers.
If you’re new to the city or simply haven’t visited in a while discovering Glasgow has never been easier with Subway! At each of our 15 stops there’s something for everyone; from Glasgow Science Centre at Cessnock, Scotland Street School Museum at Shields Road, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum at Kelvinhall, The Tall Ship at Partick and The Willow Tea Rooms at Buchanan Street. Discover more local gems at spt.co.uk/mysubway
Over the next month we’ll see students new and old coming to the city. Many of Glasgow’s Universities and Colleges are on the Subway route making it the perfect way to get around the city during semester time. Not only is the Subway fast, reliable and on your doorstep, but it’s also cheap and we have the ideal ticket for students too; our 10 week ticket will cost you only £12 a week! You can buy it online at spt.co.uk/smart before term starts.
You can rely on us to get you to where you need to be; whether you’re a commuter, student, family or simply visiting our city, Subway will be part of your journey. All day travel, hopping on and off as much as you like, is £2.90 per adult, with single trips for £1.50 and £0.75 for kids. Plus, you’ll save even more with season tickets when you buy online at spt.co.uk/smart
Our My Glasgow, My Subway campaign aims to connect people to the Subway and we’re always keen to hear stories from our passengers about what the Subway means to them. You can share your own Subway story or photos with us on our social media channels; Twitter, Facebook and Instagram by using #MySubway.
Discover your city at spt.co.uk/mysubway