Monthly Archives: November 2012

  • British Transport Police awards

    Subway staff awarded for bravery

    The selfless bravery of three Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) staff was praised last night at the British Transport Police’s annual Commendation Ceremony

  • Cinderella offer

    Oh yes we did..

    With the festive season fast approaching, Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) has teamed up with the King’s Theatre to offer Subway passengers a £5 discount on panto tickets.

  • Kids Go Free

    Enjoy festive fun on the Subway as Kids Go Free

    Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) is again running its popular Kids Go Free offer during the winter school break (24 December – 6 January).

  • George Square Christmas lights

    Subway lights up Glasgow with early Christmas gift

    SPT will be running the first in a series of enhanced Subway services from today (Thursday 15 November) as Glasgow gears up for the festive season with the switch-on of the Christmas lights on George Square.

  • Cyclists at the velodrome

    Shuttle buses from Buchanan Bus Station for UCI Track World Cup

    Glasgow Life are providing a free shuttle bus service from Buchanan Bus Station from 16-18 November to assist fans travelling to the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome at the Emirates arena for this weekend’s cycling championships.

  • Cinderella panto stars

    Find Cinderella’s slipper and win panto tickets!

    Now this is a glass act. Subway passengers can win tickets to Cinderella at the King’s Theatre by finding six missing ‘glass slippers’ hidden around the system on Thursday 22 November.

  • RCAHMS survey team

    RCAHMS investigators record Subway’s history

    A team of investigators from the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland (RCAHMS) is visiting Strathclyde Partnership for Transport to create a “permanent record” of the architecture of the world’s third-oldest Subway network.

  • Bonfire night

    Stay safe this Bonfire night

    As Bonfire Night approaches, members of the public are being urged to stay safe and attend official displays being hosted by member councils throughout the Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) area.

  • VisitScotland Information Centre

    SPT welcomes VisitScotland to new home

    Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) is to welcome a new resident to the bustling heart of Glasgow, it was announced today, as VisitScotland prepares to open its new Information Centre in SPT-owned premises in the city centre.

  • Buchanan Street - Illustration

    3D Visualisations show modernised Subway station concepts

    As the ambitious Subway modernisation programme continues, SPT has commissioned a series of 3D visualisations of how Buchanan Street and St Enoch Stations could look.