Works to improve standards for bus passengers in Hamilton are well under way.
SPT recently provided a £1.1million grant to South Lanarkshire Council for a first phase of improvements, allowing easier access for bus services at the busy hub.
The final result […]
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) officially opened the £1.4million new Greenock Bus Station today (Wednesday 20 October) with a simple ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The project gives Greenock a state-of-the-art bus station with eight new stances on Kilblain Street and another five on […]
Work to upgrade the £1.4million Greenock bus station has progressed into the next phase.
The town’s Kilblain Street has now re-opened one way for buses. There are also four bus stances in place there and signs have been put in place […]
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) today (Friday 26 February) approved the delivery of the first phase of a multi-million pound project to upgrade Hamilton Bus Station and Interchange.
When completed in 2012, the project will deliver new, modern passenger facilities for […]
SPT Chair Alistair Watson visited the newly-created site compound in Greenock’s Kilblain Street to signal the start of the work on the £1.3million new bus station.
Kilblain Street is currently closed to buses as work on the bus station’s new layout […]
Work to upgrade Greenock Bus Station will start this month. At today’s Partnership meeting, members approved the award of a construction contract worth £678,000 as part of redevelopment plans for the Kilblain Street site.
Luddon Construction Ltd won the contract on […]
All luggage left at Buchanan Bus Station is now being put through an airport-style X-ray screening process before being accepted for storage.
This is the latest measure introduced by SPT to make the station as safe as possible for travellers.
Until recently, […]
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) has reached agreement in principle to take over the management of the bus station at the new Silverburn Retail Complex in Pollok.
The proposal will be discussed by SPT members at a meeting on Friday (14 […]