Bus

The main intercity operators are National Express, Scottish Citylink, and Megabus, which serve numerous towns and cities in Scotland, Wales, and England, including London and Edinburgh. Glasgow's bus station is on Buchanan Street, not far from Queen Street station.

When traveling from the City Centre to either the West End or the South Side, it's easy to use the city's integrated network of buses, subways, and trains. Service is reliable and connections are convenient from buses to trains and the subway. Many buses require exact fare, which is usually around £1.75.

Traveline Scotland provides information on schedules, fares, and route planning, as does the Strathclyde Passenger Transport Travel Centre, which has an information center.

Bus Contacts

Buchanan Street Bus Station. Killermont St., City Centre, Glasgow, Glasgow City, G2 3NW. 0141/333–3708; www.spt.co.uk.

Megabus. Glasgow City. 0141/352–4444; uk.megabus.com.

National Express. Glasgow City. 0871/781–8181; www.nationalexpress.com.

Scottish Citylink. Glasgow City. 0871/266–3333; www.citylink.co.uk.

Traveline Scotland. Glasgow City. 0871/200–2233; www.travelinescotland.com.

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