Travel on one of the oldest subway systems in the world

Glasgow’s subway system is the third oldest in the world – there are only 15 stations and it has just one circular line. To get into the city centre, Buchanan Street is your best bet as it connects with Queen Street on the railway system. See: Subway Map.

If you’re interested in Glasgow’s trendy West End, the closest underground station is Hillhead station, also nearby the University of Glasgow.

Travel around Glasgow faster

Glasgow has connections to local train services from both Queen Street and Central stations. If you’re interested in visiting Trossachs National Park to experience the home of the Loch Ness Monster, then travelling from Glasgow is easier than ever.

The three most frequent rail operators in Glasgow:

Businesses in Glasgow often use ScotRail as a format of advertising. As the majority of ScotRail trains provide free Wi-Fi commuters are more likely to directly respond to an advertisement that they have seen on their smartphone. Discover ScotRail advertising, click here.

In addition, 50% of ScotRail passengers are in full time employment, which means a more disposable income. They have the opportunity o spend more on products and services that will benefit them, something your business may offer.

Venture the city by bus

Glasgow’s most dominate bus operator is First Glasgow. Click here to see timetables and route plans. Most tourists have stated that they found it much more useful to purchase a day ticket – this can be used as many times in one day – rather than providing drivers with the exact change when boarding a bus.

Bus prices in Glasgow aren’t for definite and you will find out once you board the bus, which means it can be unpredictable and unreliable. Contact us for more advice about travelling in Glasgow.