The covered shelter is very accessible using the surrounding local cycling network. This shelter can accommodate up to 10 bikes.
The covered shelter is easily accessible from the River Kelvin cycle path and the surrounding local cycle network. This shelter can accommodate up to 10 bikes.
A covered shelter is accessible from the local cycle path. This shelter can accommodate up to 10 bikes.
To claim an abandoned bike, you must contact SPT; by email at [email protected]; by telephone on 0141 332 6811; or by post at Strathclyde Partnership for Transport, 131 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5JF. Please provide the following information when getting in touch:
- Full name;
- Email address;
- Phone number;
- A description of the bike (i.e. make, colour and model); and
- Confirmation of the location where you left the bike.
We are committed to responding within five working days of receiving your enquiry. More information on how SPT uses personal information.
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