Monthly Archives: September 2012

  • Scotcampus Student Festival Shoogles with fresh excitement!

    Hoards of students descended on the George Square in the city centre for the 2012 Scotcampus Fresher’s Fair today – and SPT was at the heart of the action with more than 80 other exhibitors.

  • Subway quiz

    Take part in SPT’s super Sub Quiz

    If traditional pub quizzes drive you round the bend, then why not get caught in the loop with SPT’s Sub Quiz?

  • iShoogle app

    SPT launches pioneering mobile app

    Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) last night (Monday 24 September) unveiled the next stage of its award-winning use of social media, with the launch of Britain’s most advanced transport app at the start of Social Media Week 2012 (SMW).

  • Nicola Sturgeon and George Redmond

    Deputy First Minister opens revamped Subway station

    Strathclyde Partnership for Transport today (Monday, 17th September) unveiled the first revamped station in its £288million Subway modernisation programme, as Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon officially opened the flagship Hillhead station.

  • Modernised Hillhead opening

    Tasty treats to celebrate Hillhead launch

    To celebrate the official opening of the modernised Hillhead Subway station on Monday, Strathclyde Partnership of Transport has teamed up with local business to give customers a range of tasty treats.

  • Councillor praises Twechar bus service

    East Dunbartonshire councillor praises SPT’s Twechar bus service

    East Dunbartonshire Council’s representative for the Strathclyde Partnership for Transport, Councillor Alan Moir, has hailed the significant investment by SPT for the continuation of service 84 which provides “vital” links for residents of Twechar.

  • Doors open day

    Doors Open Day

    This all-day tour will focus on the art and architecture of the city, the history of the underground system and the landmarks that surround its stations.

  • Parking season ticket offer

    Prize draw is just the ticket

    For a chance to feed your mind – and your stomach – be sure to buy your 4, 12 or 24-week SPT car park season ticket before 30th September.