Local, inner city and regional train services run regularly daily from two low level stations, located at the mainline stations of Glasgow Central and Glasgow Queen Street
Glasgow Central Low Level Station
Hope Street, Glasgow City, on the Glasgow - South East & North West routes
Staffed for all trains, with level access to ticket office from Hope Street. Lifts or stairs down to Island platform. A wheelchair is available. Induction loop at ticket window. There is a Private Multi-storey car park in Oswald Street. There are public phones at Hope Street level. Level access to unisex disabled toilet & station buffet at High Level station. CCTV in operation. There is a self service ticket machine located next to the telephones at the ticket office.
Glasgow Queen Street Low Level Station
North Hanover Street, Glasgow City, on the Glasgow - North East & North West routes
Staffed for all trains, with lifts or stairs down to both platforms. Following facilities available at High Level station: A wheelchair, ramp and luggage trolleys. Induction loop at ticket window. Station buffet. A taxi rank. A car park with 76 spaces, incl. 2 dedicated disabled. Public phones on concourse and entrance hall. There are self service ticket machines located within the station.
The low-level platforms handle suburban trains on the Strathclyde Passenger Transport network. There is also a covered walkway leading directly from Glasgow Queen Street to the nearby Buchanan St Underground station. The station is a 10-minute walk from the city's other main rail terminus, Glasgow Central and there is a frequent bus connecting both stations.
The Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre (SECC) has its own low level station, with frequent trains running from Central and Argyle Street stations.
To view all low level routes, download the PDF below
For low level timetables, look at www.firstgroup.com - the main low level services are listed as Strathclyde North East and Strathclyde North West.