- Return of weekend night bus network
- 11 routes/corridors served across the city and beyond from evening of Friday 17th June.
- 6pm PLUS ticket covers travel after 6pm as well as night bus services, starting from only £4.
- Young Persons (Under 22s) Concessionary Card holders can travel for free on First Glasgow night bus services
- Night bus network is returning to help boost the night-time economy in the city and to help ease the pressure by recent rail disruption.
GlasGo Bus Alliance partner, First Glasgow, has announced its weekend night bus network is returning to help boost the night-time economy in the city and ease the pressure felt by recent rail disruption.
The network, consisting of 11 routes, will return from Friday 17th June covering travel from the city centre across Glasgow and the surrounding areas including Clydebank, Paisley, Newton Mearns, East Kilbride, Hamilton, Motherwell and Wishaw.
The night bus services will allow everyone to enjoy their night out in Glasgow before getting home safely and comfortably in the early hours of Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Standard single journey tickets for City or Local journeys are available from £2.65, while the 6pm PLUS ticket covers travel on our regular network of buses after 6pm, as well as your journey home in early hours. Priced from only £4, the 6pm PLUS ticket is available on the First Bus app and on bus using exact fare, contactless card payments, Apple Pay and Google Pay.
Young Persons Concessionary Travel Card is also valid on our night bus services, meaning all under-22s with a valid card can travel free of charge on any of our night buses.
Graeme Macfarlan, Commercial Director for First Bus Scotland, said: “We are absolutely delighted to announce the return of First Glasgow’s night bus network, supporting the city’s night-time economy while also helping people get home safely at the weekend.
“We are aware the challenges people have experienced in getting home from a night out, an event or indeed after a nightshift in the city centre in the early hours of the morning and hope the return of our night bus network will allow more people to enjoy all that Glasgow has to offer.
“The inclusion of the Young Persons Concessionary Travel Card is another fantastic bonus for under 22s in the city and a great opportunity allowing them to travel home completely free of charge.”
First Glasgow’s Night Bus Network operates in the early hours of Saturday and Sunday mornings and covers the following routes from the city centre:
Service N2 (East): Sauchiehall Street – Central Station (Renfield St) – Parkhead – Shettleston – Baillieston – Easterhouse.
Service N2 (West): Central Station (Hope St) – Partick – Dumbarton Road – Clydebank – Faifley
Service N6 (South): Sauchiehall Street – Central Station (Union St) – Victoria Road – Clarkston – East Kilbride – Calderwood
Service N6 (West): Central Station (Hope St) – Great Western Road – Anniesland – Clydebank – Mountblow
Service N9: Sauchiehall Street – Central Station (Union St) – Paisley Road West – Paisley Cross
Service N18: Sauchiehall Street – Central Station (Union St) – Rutherglen – East Kilbride – Greenhills
Service N38: Sauchiehall Street – Central Station (Jamaica St) – Shawlands – Giffnock – Newton Mearns – Crookfur
Service N57: Sauchiehall Street – Central Station (Jamaica St) – Shawlands – Darnley – Pollok (Peat Road)
Service N60: Central Station (Hope St) – Maryhill Road – Science Park – Canniesburn Toll – Drumchapel
Service N240: Sauchiehall Street – Central Station (Renfield St) – Parkhead – Tollcross – Viewpark – Bellshill – Motherwell – Wishaw – Coltness – Cleland
Service N267: Sauchiehall Street – Central Station (Union St) – New Gorbals – Rutherglen – Cambuslang – Hamilton – Hillhouse
For further information, please visit: www.firstglasgow.com/nightbus