Cute Features of City Transport

Glasgow’s Subway is so fit for purpose, it just goes round and round.

Edinburgh’s railway paths network converts a lost asset into an enticement to active travel.

Stirling’s Forthside footbridge links coach parking and leisure facilities with the city centre.

Perth has the Broxden park and ride and interchange at the heart of Scotland’s coach network.

At Dundee the Waterfront development is a world-class revitalisation of the city centre within reach of the rebuilt railway station.

Aberdeen’s Union Square brings the best of modern retail within immediate proximity to rail and bus.

Inverness’s Needlefield Yard repurposes railfreight for the twenty-first century.

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