Work on the redevelopment of Partick Bus Station is now complete with the first buses due through the new station on Sunday 2 September.

The £2.5million refurbishment of the bus station has seen an increase to the number of bus stances accompanied by improved waiting areas for passengers with integrated lighting, CCTV, seating and Real Time Passenger Information (RTPI) now available for passengers.

The new design also allows a much better flow of traffic through the Interchange, segregating bus operations away from other vehicles, and separating pedestrians away from the bus manoeuvring area.

Passengers using Partick Rail, Subway and Bus facilities have increased considerably over the last couple of years with the Glasgow Harbour and Clyde waterfront development, as well as the opening of the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.

The new layout of the station incorporates a ‘Drive in, Drive Out’ style arrangement and will accommodate six stances in total.

The new station will also include significantly enhanced passenger facilities, including the following features:

  • High quality bespoke shelters with improved weather protection
  • Real Time Passenger Information displays
  • High access kerbs for level entry access to buses
  • Provision for wheelchairs
  • Improved LED lighting
  • Public address system connected to bus control
  • Seating
  • Improved safety features
  • Improved public realm


Please familiarise yourself with the new station layout and stance information below:

Stance Allocation

Stance 1 Stance 2 Stance 3 Stance 4 Stance 5 Stance 6
8 (First) 90 (First) M4 (First) 2 (First) 3 (First) 400 (Avondale)
16 (First) 8 (First) N2 (First) 16 (First)
17 (McGill’s) 8A (First)
77 (First) 141 (McGill’s)
89 (First)