The 36 bus (Edinburgh Park) has 64 stops departing from Ocean Terminal, North Leith and ending in Hermiston Gait Retail Park, Edinburgh Park.

Where does a 36 bus go in Edinburgh?

The 36 bus (Edinburgh Park) has 64 stops departing from Ocean Terminal, North Leith and ending in Hermiston Gait Retail Park, Edinburgh Park.

Does the 31 bus go to East Kilbride?

The 31B bus (East Kilbride) has 31 stops departing from Waterside Road, Carmunnock and ending in Bus Station, East Kilbride.

Are buses free in Glasgow?

If you are 5-21 years old and live in Scotland you are eligible for free bus travel. All children and young people aged 5-21 will need to apply for a new or replacement National Entitlement Card (NEC) or Young Scot National Entitlement Card (Young Scot NEC) to access free bus travel.

Who owns Glasgow buses?

Glasgow Citybus

An Optare Solo SR, branded in the company’s former corporate livery, at Glasgow Queen Street.
Parent West Coast Motors
Service area Dunbartonshire Glasgow
Service type Bus and coach
Depots 1

How many bus stops are there in Glasgow?

The First Greater Glasgow has 102 Bus routes in Scotland with 4415 Bus stops.

Who is entitled to free bus passes in Scotland?

You can get free bus and long-distance coach travel in Scotland if you’re: 60 or over. under 60, disabled and meet certain conditions.

Do pensioners get free train travel in Scotland?

Some local councils offer over-60 and disabled people free or discounted train travel. Visit the National Rail Enquiries website to check if this is available in your area. Only holders of National Entitlement Cards can get concessionary train travel. Visit Transport Scotland to find out how to apply.

What Colour were Glasgow buses?

The reason why Glasgow corpy buses switched from ‘tricolour’ to orange in the 1980s. Back in the 1980s when the official liveries of Glasgow’s municipal bus fleet changed from a colour combination resembling the Irish flag, to full orange, a number of eyebrows were raised.

What is the longest bus route in Glasgow?

It’s Scottish Citylink’s route 915 (or 916) from Glasgow’s Buchanan Bus Station all the way to Uig Pier on the Isle of Skye via Fort William and Kyle of Lochalsh.

Where does the 500 bus stop in Glasgow?

500 (First Greater Glasgow) The first stop of the 500 bus route is Terminal Building, Glasgow Airport and the last stop is Buchanan Bus Station, Glasgow.

What time does the 38 bus stop in Glasgow?

Services on the 38 bus stop at 22:17 on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday. What time does the 38 bus arrive? When does the Spateston or Kilbarchan or Johnstone – Glasgow Bus arrive?

What is the first stop on the 38 bus route?

The first stop of the 38 bus route is Milliken Park Road, Johnstone and the last stop is Bath Street, Glasgow. 38 (Glasgow) is operational during everyday. Additional information: 38 has 101 stops and the total trip duration for this route is approximately 64 minutes.

Does Route 38 go to Johnstone?

Route 38 and 38A Peak times only Terminus point Buses run in direction of arrow Railway line and station Underground station 38, 38A 1 NoteFrom 10 February, the 38 will not serve Johnstone Castle and Cochrane Castle between peak hours, Monday-Saturday.

How much is the Spateston/Kilbarchan to Glasgow bus service?

38 – Spateston/Kilbarchan to Glasgow – Revised TT from 14th July 2019. Our service 38 falls within GoZone 1. You can enjoy unlimited weekly travel for £19.40! McGill’s has invested £1.2m in this route, as five new Mercedes Benz buses have taken on the service, to allow customers a comfier and smoother journey!