"get HERE..." is Clyde Gateway’s Sustainable Transport Project (CGSTP) - a multi-modal partnership project supported by Clyde Gateway URC, Glasgow City Council, South Lanarkshire Council and Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT).
The aim of the project is to facilitate sustainable transport by transforming transport infrastructure, information, and walking & cycling facilities in the area.
Clyde Gateway is a specially created urban regeneration company established at the end of December 2007 in order to drive forward a massive investment programme over a 20-year period to deliver unparalleled social, economic and physical change in the area.
The Clyde Gateway area is only a short distance from Glasgow City Centre and benefits from tremendous public transport links with railway stations at Bridgeton, Dalmarnock and Rutherglen.
You are only a relatively short distance by bus from the heart of Glasgow and other key locations in and around the city.
There has never been a better time to take up cycling with more dedicated cycle routes in and around the Glasgow and Clyde Gateway area and more improvements on the way.
Many parts of Clyde Gateway are within a relatively short walking distance of the city centre or local public transport connections and there are many reasons to consider taking up walking.
Have you considered the benefits Green Travel could bring to to you, your staff or your family whilst at the same time helping the environment?
If you must use your car, there are many ways to make your journey more environmentally friendly and possibly save you some money at the same time.
Some other modes of travel where some of the environmental impacts can be reduced.