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Vauxhall Combo or Similar

£30.22 per day


Vauxhall Vivaro or Similar

£37.77 per day


or Similar

£47.01 per day

Chevrolet Matiz 1.0 or Similar

£37.08 per day


Skoda Fabia

1.4 or Similar

£42.32 per day


Vauxhall Corsa 1.2 or Similar

£39.57 per day



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Glasgow Town Information


Public transport
Glasgow Central station is the northern terminus of the West Coast Main Line Glasgow has a large urban transport system.
  The principal bus operators within the city are: First Glasgow, Arriva Scotland West, Stagecoach West Scotland and Glasgow Citybus. The main bus terminal in the city is Buchanan bus station.   Glasgow has the most extensive urban rail network in the UK outside of London with rail services travelling to a large part of the West of Scotland. Central Station and Queen Street Station are the two main railway terminals. All services to and from England use this station. Glasgow Central is also the terminus for suburban services on the south side of Glasgow, Ayrshire and Inverclyde, as well as being served by the cross city link from Dalmuir to Motherwell. Most other services within Scotland – the main line to Edinburgh, plus services to Aberdeen, Dundee, Inverness and the Western Highlands – operate from Queen Street station.   The city's suburban network is currently divided by the River Clyde, and the Crossrail Glasgow initiative has been proposed to link them; it is currently awaiting funding from the Scottish Government. The city is linked to Edinburgh by three direct railway links; a further one, the Airdrie-Bathgate Rail Link, is proposed for completion in 2010. The Subway is the United Kingdom's only completely underground metro system, and is generally recognised as the world's third underground railway after London and Budapest. Both rail and subway stations have a number of park and ride facilities.    


The city is served by two international airports and a seaplane terminal: Glasgow International Airport, Glasgow Prestwick Airport, and Glasgow Seaplane Terminal, by the Glasgow Science Centre on the River Clyde. There is also a small airfield at Cumbernauld and Glasgow City Heliport located at Stobcross Quay on the banks of the Clyde. Prestwick has a direct rail link to Glasgow Central.


M8 Motorway, the busiest motorway in Scotland The city is the focus of Scotland's trunk road network and has many road connections to other cities. The main M8 motorway passes through the city centre, and connects to the M77, M73, and M80 motorways. The A82 connects the city to Argyll and the western Highlands. The M74 runs directly south towards Carlisle; the highly controversial M74 completion scheme will extend the motorway from Tollcross into the Tradeston area to join the M8. A legal challenge to stop the extension was withdrawn in 2006, and the road is now scheduled for completion by 2011.


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