Park and Ride
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport has committed £1.3million to new transport projects in the North Lanarkshire area.
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport is to fund construction of a new Park and Ride for Port Glasgow. £1.42million package of improvements agreed.
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport has completed its near £1 million investment in five Park and Ride facilities in West Dunbartonshire.
Work on Alexandria Park and Ride is now finished and joins Dalmuir, Dalreoch, Dumbarton, and Drumry to create 306 car park […]
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport and South Lanarkshire Council have teamed up to promote the first shared Park and Ride initiative in the region.
Car users are being encouraged to share a vehicle with fellow travellers on their way to train stations […]
SPT’s free parking offer run earlier this week saw 12,000 more passengers use the Subway and a 12 per cent increase in Park and Ride usage over two days.
On Tuesday and Wednesday (6 and 7 September) the offer – aimed […]
Strathclyde Partnership for Transport is offering FREE parking at its Kelvinbridge, Shields Road and Bridge Street Subway stations on 6 and 7 September 2011.
Around 11,000 extra visitors are expected in the city next week to attend Open Days at Glasgow, […]
Work has started on the new Park and Ride car park off Standalane in Stewarton.
The new 67-space car park, which will be constructed by Luddon Construction Ltd, has been developed in partnership with Strathclyde Partnership for Transport and Network Rail.
A new Park and Ride facility at Hamilton West rail station has opened as part of a £5 million wider transport improvement plan for the area.
Funded by SPT and delivered in partnership with South Lanarkshire Council, 100 parking spaces are […]
Scottish Transport Minister Keith Brown MSP and SPT member for North Lanarkshire Councillor Mark Griffin today (23 February) officially opened Scotland’s largest rail station Park and Ride site at Croy.
The much-needed 700 space facility at Croy is in addition to […]
Work has started on an extension to Sunnyside Station car park in Coatbridge.
This will increase the number of spaces from 67 to 115, including eight disabled parking places. The whole car park will also be resurfaced, the lighting improved and […]