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Yearly Archives: 2010

  • Boost for community transport service

    Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) and East Dunbartonshire Council have joined forces to enhance the area’s Transport Management Organisation through a bus leasing agreement.

    SPT manages the grant funding of community transport projects on behalf of member councils. The East Dunbartonshire […]

  • Bridgeton Station upgrade on target

    SPT is one of several partner organisations working on projects to rejuvenate the Bridgeton Cross area.

    Bridgeton Station and neighbouring Dalmarnock are key transport links for the 2014 Commonwealth Games and both are earmarked for a facelift.

    SPT’s £200,000 contribution to the […]

  • Top retailer opens at SPT Subway

    Partick Interchange and Buchanan Street Subway stations are now home to one of the UK’s leading retailers thanks to a rental deal between Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT) and WHSmith.

    Both windowed kiosks will be open in the Subway this week […]

  • SPT playing its part in Team 2014

    The 2014 Commonwealth Games will be the biggest event ever hosted in Glasgow and SPT is offering our full support to organisers.

    With an estimated 1.3 million spectators expected to attend the Games, our proven track record in providing transport to […]

  • SPT takes action to safeguard services

    Members of Strathclyde Partnership for Transport today (Fri) heard how the organisation is planning on making savings with a view to future reductions in public sector funding.

    The vast majority of SPT funding comes from its 12 constituent councils in the […]

  • Subway scores hat-trick of safe parking awards

    SPT’s three Subway Park and Ride facilities can now all boast coveted Park Mark Safer Parking accreditation after being vetted by Strathclyde Police.

    Inspections carried out at Kelvinbridge and Bridge Street Stations showed they both have ample measures in place to […]

  • Bridgeton Station upgrade begins

    Work has started on the upgrade of Bridgeton station as part of the multi-million pound regeneration of Glasgow’s east end.

    Bridgeton Station and neighbouring Dalmarnock are key transport links for the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Both station buildings are in poor condition […]

  • Croy groundworks continue at pace

    Work to prepare the ground at Croy Station for Scotland’s largest rail-based Park & Ride facility is well under way.

    Contractors RJ Macleod began work last month on the first phase of the £3million scheme which tackles the Cumbernauld side of […]

  • SPT secures future of vital routes

    The SPT (Strathclyde Partnership for Transport) Operations Committee agreed today (25 June) to subsidise six North Lanarkshire bus routes.

    Vice Chair of SPT and member for North Lanarkshire, Councillor David Fagan, said: “This is good news for vital routes. Some people […]

  • SPT bridges gaps in bus service provision

    The SPT (Strathclyde Partnership for Transport) Operations Committee agreed today (25 June) to subsidise three bus routes covering South Lanarkshire, East Dunbartonshire and Glasgow.

    Chair of the Operations Committee and Vice Chair of SPT, Councillor Denis McKenna, said: “I am delighted […]