- 28 Kilblain Street, Greenock, PA15 1SR
- Greenock Bus Station in Google maps
- The station is open 24 hours
- Smoking is only permitted outside the bus station. SPT has banned all smoking (including e-cigarettes) from its buildings and premises. Please dispose of butts appropriately and avoid smoking at exits.
- For your safety and security CCTV monitoring and recording is in operation.
Bus services and stances
Stance information is shown for guidance only. Customers should refer to departure screens on arrival.
|19||Wilson’s Buses||Container Way||4|
|30||Dunn’s Coaches||Braeside, Greenock||8|
|31||Dunn’s Coaches||Overton, Greenock||7|
|517||McGill’s||Burns Square, Greenock||6|
|531||McGill’s||Slaemuir, Port Glasgow||3|
|532||McGill’s||Devol, Port Glasgow||3|
|533||McGill’s||Oronsay Avenue, Port Glasgow||3|
|538||McGill’s||Mallard Cresent, Greenock||5|
|545||McGill’s||Inverclyde Royal Hospital/Gourock||5|
|545H||McGill’s||Inverclyde Royal Hospital||5|
|901||McGill’s||Glasgow, Buchanan Bus Station||1|
|906||McGill’s||Glasgow, Buchanan Bus Station||1|
|X7||McGill’s||Glasgow, Buchanan Bus Station||4|
|X22||McGill’s||Clydebank (Shopping Centre)||2|
Public toilets are situated next door to the Travel Centre. The toilets are free of charge and are managed and maintained by Inverclyde Council.
There are no facilities for left luggage.
If you have lost something in the bus station, please phone 0141 333 3708 (09:00 to 16:45 Monday to Saturday). For property lost on a bus or coach, please contact the relevant operator. All items lost/found (with the exclusion of perishable items) are sent to Police Scotland.
Address: Greenock Police Station, Rue End Street, Greenock, PA15 1HX
Telephone: 101 and ask for the lost property section for the above police station.
Bike racks are available adjacent to Stance 8 on a first-come first-served basis. SPT does not assume responsibility for stolen or damaged bikes.
There is a long stay car park next to the bus station on Hastie Street.
A taxi rank is also situated on West Stewart Street. This is a very short walk from the stance area.
All areas of the bus station and Travel Centre are accessible by wheelchair.
In addition, wayfinding slabs help to guide visually impaired travellers around the bus station and to individual stances.
Stances 1 to 8 are equipped with talking signs that give information on the next departure along with details of which stance you are at.
Within the Travel Centre there is also an induction loop sound system which produces a signal for partially deaf customers who use a hearing aid.
Way finding information for people who are blind or partially sighted is available at www.describe-online.com
To discuss accessibility needs phone 0141 333 3762.