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- Public transport information
- Student concessions on buses, coaches and trains
- Buses (for travel within city limits)
- Coaches (usually between towns and cities)
Public transport information
Please click on the following for general information and timetables for buses, coaches, trains and planes.
Student concessions on buses, coaches and trains
If you are a young person under the age of 26 years, or older but in full-time education, then you may be able to get travel discounts on certain coach and rail services, and if you are 16-18 years old, you may get concessions on bus services.
Buses (for travel within city limits)
Accessible bookable MyBus travel information for passengers with disabilities.
Under 22's free bus pass
If you are under the age of 22 and live in Scotland for at least 6 months a year you are entitled to apply for a free bus pass which is accepted on most bus services in Scotland.
You can find more information on how to apply for the bus pass on the Scottish Government website.
Coaches (usually between towns and cities)
For rail travel within or outwith Glasgow, you could buy a Young Person’s Railcard for £30 and reduce the cost of most UK travel by up to 1/3. Anyone between 16 and 25 (or mature students aged 26 or over and in full time education) can apply for these cards: Student railcard. One of the main things to watch with this card is it cannot be used before 10am on weekdays!
Accessible rail travel information for passengers with disabilities.
The Glasgow Subway
Although there is no actual student discount, you may be able to make some savings via Smartcards and Zonecards.