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Travelling Within Scotland


Travelling to the XX Commonwealth Games from around Scotland:

>If you’re travelling from the  North

>If you’re travelling from the South

>If you’re travelling from the  East

>If you’re travelling from the West

Park & Ride

Limited Park & Ride will be available to serve Celtic Park, Hampden Park, Ibrox Stadium, Cathkin Braes Mountain Bike Trails and Strathclyde Country Park. Shuttle buses will operate from the Park & Ride sites to these venues. Find out more about how to book park and ride.

Rail travel within Scotland

ScotRail has announced that it will provide additional late - night rail services during the Games to:

Airdrie, Ardrossan, Ayr, Balloch, Barrhead, Cumbernauld, Dalmuir, Dumbarton, Dunblane, East Kilbride, Edinburgh, Falkirk, Gourock, Hamilton, Helensburgh, Kilmarnock, Lanark, Largs, Larkhall, Milngavie, Motherwell, Neilston, Newton, Paisley, Perth, Stirling and Wemyss Bay.

Other rail operators are currently finalising their plans for services during the Games, and further information will be provided here as soon as available.

Bus and coach travel within Scotland

The main bus terminus in central Glasgow is Buchanan Bus Station run by SPT. It is located on Killermont Street opposite the Royal Concert Hall and just north of two of Glasgow’s main shopping streets ― Sauchiehall Street and Buchanan Street. It is open 24 hours a day and with concourse services available between 06.00 - 23.00 during normal operation. 

First Bus provides a bus link to other southern regional towns in central Scotland such as East Kilbride and Hamilton.

Scottish Citylink currently provides a service to Stranraer from Glasgow that coincides with a direct journey to Belfast city centre via ferry.

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