Work to upgrade the £1.4million Greenock bus station has progressed into the next phase.
The town’s Kilblain Street has now re-opened one way for buses. There are also four bus stances in place there and signs have been put in place to advise passengers of departure points.
There is no change to the current arrangements in Inverkip Street and the two temporary bus stances will continue to operate.
Councillor David Wilson, SPT member for Inverclyde, said: “I am delighted that the second phase of work at Greenock Bus Station will begin on Monday. The project is progressing well and we hope the facility will be complete later this summer.
“Two out of three public transport journeys are taken by bus in this area so it’s essential that the new bus station facilities are fit for purpose.
“A new bus station for Greenock is long overdue. The town now has one of the most modern bus fleets in Scotland, so it’s right they’ll soon have a new modern bus station to match.”