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The ferry crossing is from Glenelg to Skye, Scotland.
Address: North Hanover Street / Glasgow / Glasgow City /G1 2AF / Scotland
Joint initiative, developed between Fife Council and Stagecoach, comes as part of the Cross Forth Transportation Plan to tackle congestion problems as the number of vehicles over the bridge every day tops 60,000. Beat congestion on the A90 to Edinburgh. Use Ferrytoll Bus Park and Ride from South Fife to Edinburgh.
The Glasgow Underground provides a convenient means of travelling from the City Centre to West End venues and several sites on the south of the River Clyde. The original system was opened in 1896 but was modernised in the early 1980's. Its twin tunnels provide a circular service linking 15 stations in 24 minutes.
First ScotRail is the brand under which First Group PLC runs its railway franchise to operate all domestic passenger services within Scotland, as well as the cross-border Caledonian Sleeper service to London, England. First ScotRail's Headquarters is situated in Glasgow on Waterloo Street in a refurbished building called Atrium Court, they moved here from Caledonian Chambers again situated in Glasgow. First Group has its headquarters in Aberdeen, Scotland. ScotRail was the brand name under which British Rail and following privatisation, National Express operated passenger rail services in Scotland and cross border services to Northern England and London. The franchise transferred from National Express to First Group, under the name First ScotRail, on 17 October 2004 after First Group outbid National Express in the first re-franchising round post privatisation. National Express operated the franchise for a total of 7 years, from 1997 through to 2004.
for Inquiries: Union Street / Bo'ness / West Lothian EH51 9AQ / Scotland
Transport National / Edinburghs municipal bus company.
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