Skip to main content

Yearly Archives: 2010

  • Hamilton bus station improvements under way

    Works to improve standards for bus passengers in Hamilton are well under way.

    SPT recently provided a £1.1million grant to South Lanarkshire Council for a first phase of improvements, allowing easier access for bus services at the busy hub.

    The final result […]

  • More eco-friendly buses for Strathclyde

    Four bus operating companies running services in the SPT area are set to benefit from the Scottish Government’s Green Bus Fund.

    SPT congratulates Colchri Ltd, First Glasgow, MacEwen’s Coach Services Ltd and Stagecoach Scotland West on their successful applications for funding.

    These […]

  • Young SPT artists are top of the class!

    Three talented youngsters will see their drawings displayed on next year’s Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) Playscheme Travel Passes after winning our annual design contest.

    Antonia McCallack (10), Caitlin Douglas (9), and Kenzie Gould (9) were presented with framed copies of […]

  • New Community Transport Service for Isle of Arran

    Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) and the British Red Cross have joined forces to deliver the first ever MyBus service for the Isle of Arran.

    For the first time, SPT’s demand responsive transport service MyBus will be combined to provide community […]

  • Greenock Bus Station £1.4million upgrade complete

    Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) officially opened the £1.4million new Greenock Bus Station today (Wednesday 20 October) with a simple ribbon-cutting ceremony.

    The project gives Greenock a state-of-the-art bus station with eight new stances on Kilblain Street and another five on […]

  • News just in for Subway

    Subway passengers are now able to get their news on the move following the launch of new digital screens on the network.

    Eleven LCD screens providing HD quality images have been installed to feature a constantly updated feed from STV, combining […]

  • Croy Park and Ride reaches halfway stage

    Work on the Croy rail station Park and Ride is racing ahead with the second phase of the development due to start next week.

    Customers are advised that the area currently used for parking will be closed from 06:00 hrs on […]

  • Patterton Park and Ride Opens

    A free 135 space car park has been created in Newton Mearns in an effort to encourage local people to leave their cars and travel into Glasgow by train.

    The new facility, at Patterton roundabout, will provide parking for Patterton rail […]

  • New contract award safeguards bus link

    Friday’s meeting of Strathclyde Partnership for Transport’s (SPT) Operations Committee agreed to continue subsidising the bus route to Strathclyde Business Park.

    A contract for service 299, Bellshill station to Strathclyde Business Park, will be awarded to Irvine’s Coaches. The contract, worth […]

  • SPT renews bus contracts to maintain services

    Local bus services are to be safeguarded by Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) following the withdrawal of, or changes to, several commercially operated services.

    Today (Friday, 3 September) SPT’s Operations Committee approved the award of three contracts to maintain public transport […]