Scottish Government grants for public transport in Glasgow and Dundee
THE Scottish Government has pledged £2 million to help make public transport more accessible in two cities.
Two projects in Glasgow and one in Dundee have received grants from the European Regional Development Fund.
It is hoped they will boost economic, social and environmental regeneration by providing safer and more welcoming spaces for people to use.
The announcement was made today by Deputy First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, who is the Infrastructure, Investment and Cities Secretary.
SPT chair George Redmond said: “This programme will put the Govan, Ibrox, Cessnock and Bridge Street stations at the heart of communities they service. And in Govan, the new hub will play a vital role in establishing a public transport link for people travelling to the new South Glasgow hospital.”
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