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  • New car park boost for Wishaw commuters


    A new park and ride has opened in Wishaw, thanks to a joint initiative between Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) and North Lanarkshire Council.

  • Patients, visitors and staff praise new bus shelters

    Staff sitting at new bus shelter

    Councillor David Wilson, SPT Partnership member, visited Inverclyde Royal Hospital to see the improvements to bus infrastructure implemented using £53,000 investment from SPT.

  • 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.

  • SPT appoints new chair

    James Coleman

    Councillor James Coleman has been elected as the new chairman of Strathclyde Partnership for Transport today, Friday 28 June 2013.

  • New Vice-Chair for SPT

    Kaye Harmon

    North Lanarkshire Councillor Kaye Harmon has been named as the new Vice-Chair of Strathclyde Partnership for Transport.

  • Top team approved to lead SPT forward

    SPT today moved to confirm in post its current senior executive team.

    The Partnership voted at a full meeting on Friday to make permanent the current acting structure of Gordon Maclennan, Chief Executive; Valerie Davidson, Deputy Chief Executive and Eric Stewart, […]

  • Lessons learned from Audit Report

    An independent report into aspects of SPT’s business was yesterday accepted by the Audit & Standards Committee.

    External auditors KPMG were asked by SPT to carry out a review of travel and expenses spend following complaints resulting from reports in the […]

  • New Chairman and Vice Chair appointed

    Councillor Jonathan Findlay has been appointed as the new Chairman of Strathclyde Partnership for Transport. Councillor Denis McKenna has been appointed as Vice Chair.

    Mr Findlay, who is a councillor for Drumchapel/Anniesland ward in Glasgow, was nominated and voted in by […]

  • Partnership agrees to extend tenures

    Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) has agreed to extend the tenures of all its non-elected members by one year.

    The change brings the terms of service for all non-elected members into line with recent changes to the timings of Scottish local […]