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  • BTP officers to patrol Glasgow Subway for further three years


    Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) will continue its working partnership with the British Transport Police Authority (BTP) following confirmation of a three year contract for services worth £354,590.

  • SPT approves £73 million investment plan for transport in the West of Scotland

    Fastlink bus

    At a meeting on Friday 21 February, Strathclyde Partnership for Transport’s Partnership Committee has approved its Capital Programme and Budget for 2014/15.

  • Fastlink on schedule

    A new Fastlink animation is now available, route analysis is now largely complete and a recommendation for bus-only-road, kerbside bus lanes, centre-road bus lanes and bus priority measures at junctions have been outlined.

  • SPT invests £70,000 in Glasgow’s East End

    The Barras Glasgow

    Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) is to spend £70 000 on improving traffic conditions in one of Glasgow’s most significant areas.

  • SPT secures £1.2m European boost for south side Subway works

    Nicola Sturgeon - Govan Station

    Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) has received £1.2million of European funding to make public transport in the south side of Glasgow more accessible, it was announced today (Friday, 26th October).

  • Safety bollards complete security upgrade

    Passengers at Partick Station will soon notice the installation of safety bollards around entrance and exit points as SPT’s planned security upgrades are completed.

    The measures being put in at Partick are the last piece in the jigsaw for SPT, which […]

  • £1.6million brings bus shelters up to standard

    Passengers who use bus shelters across Glasgow and the west are benefiting from improvements totalling £1.6million, thanks to Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT).

    A total of 182 new shelters have now been installed and a further 162 provided with lighting for […]

  • Stagecoach boss backs SPT bus plans

    Brian Souter, head of global transport group Stagecoach, lends his support to SPT plans for better bus services in West Central Scotland.

    The co-founder of Stagecoach has also called for action to introduce bus network enhancement schemes, including hard shoulder running […]

  • Minister’s boost for Crossrail campaign

    Transport Minister Stewart Stevenson has said he would welcome the Glasgow Crossrail project being considered as a possible priority in the review of major rail projects due in the summer.

    Stewart Stevenson said he was looking forward to receiving a final […]

  • Phased plans for Crossrail link

    SPT has unveiled proposals for a phased development of the Glasgow Crossrail Project ahead of a parliamentary debate on the plans.

    The project, which has been dubbed the crucial missing link in Scotland’s rail network, would be delivered in three stages.

    The […]