From 23 March we will be operating every 15 minutes.
Model pupils take to the stage
We recently enlisted the smiles of local kids to showcase our open-top tours.
In preparation for our 2018 spring and summer season we decided the best way to promote our city tour would be to enlist the support of real Glaswegians. The P4 pupils, teachers and parents at Langside Primary in Shawlands were happy to step on-board.
The images, which will be used on a range of marketing materials including the website and social media, capture the model pupils traveling on the open-top bus around the city while visiting many of the key attractions served on route.
This included the People’s Palace, Riverside Museum, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and the Clydeside Distillery, a new attraction which we will serve from 23 March.
Diversion and delays - Monday 19 to Wednesday 21st March
Please note that we are having to operate on a diverted route after stop 19 due to a road closure. While we anticipate being able to serve all stops, this is causing delays to our service. We thank you in anticipation for your patience, all buses are in service and doing their best to reach you as close as possible to our schedule.
Winter bus times
From 30 October until 22 March 2018 we will operate our winter timetable. This service operates seven days a week, every 30 minutes between 0930-16.30 from stop 1 (George Square).
Customers are advised we are unable to carry large items of luggage on the bus as we do not have suitable storage facilities to carry such items.
Smaller bags/hand luggage style items are carried as long as they remain with the passenger at their feet or under their seat. Left luggage facilities are available at Queen Street station next to stop 1.
Stop 19 closed
Due to roadworks, Stop 19 is unavailable until further notice. Please use Stop 18 (Charing Cross) or Stop 20 (outside Royal Conservatoire) instead