Supporters advised to use public transport to avoid roadworks

Supporters advised to use public transport to avoid roadworks

Supporters attending tomorrow night’s fixture between Glasgow Warriors and Scarlets at Scotstoun Stadium are advised to allow extra time for their journey to the stadium due to ongoing Scottish Gas works taking place in the local area.

A temporary four-way traffic light system has been installed at the roundabout at Victoria Park Drive North, Danes Drive and Westland Drive, with regular updates available at this address.

Supporters are reminded that they can claim their free bus ticket to and from matches at Scotstoun this season, courtesy of the club’s official partnership with First Bus – simply download the First Glasgow mTickets app and enter the code from the match day ezine to book your free ticket.

Those travelling by train can take advantage of the stadium’s North West Gate, which is situated just a ten-minute walk from Scotstounhill Station.

Please note that there is no public parking available at Scotstoun on match days. Parking in areas surrounding Scotstoun is controlled by Glasgow City Council, with parking enforcement officers monitoring the area. No parking is allowed on Danes Drive and the Scotstoun residential area without a permit on match day.

Taxis will begin arriving at the designated pick-up and drop-off point 15 minutes after the final whistle. Please note that no collections will be permitted in the first 15 minutes after the end of each match.

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