Transport links ready to rock
Bus and rail ser vices i n Ru th e r g l e n and Cambuslang are expected to be busier tonight when Bruce Springsteen plays at Hampden.
And residents could also be affected when Coldplay arrive on Tuesday, June 7.
Trains on the Mount Florida line serving King’s Park, Croftfoot, Burnside, Kirkhill and Newton are expected to be busier than normal.
Bus services 7, 7A, 34, 75 and 90 all go past the national stadium as well as serving the local area.
Traffic could also be busier on Rutherglen Main Street.
Police are advising residents going to the gig to arrive in plenty of time to avoid congestion. They also advise: * Make sure mobile phones are charged and have credit.
* If walking, stay in groups and stick to well- lit main roads.
* It will be busy and hackney taxis will be limited. Do some research and have a private taxi number to hand should you need it.
* Getting the train? If you require the police on your journey you can text British Transport Police discreetly on 61016.
* Keep your taxi/bus/train fare money separate to make sure you have enough money to get home.
* Street parking is limited around Hampden and restrictions will be in place around the stadium.
* Alcohol is not allowed on trains between the hours of 9pm and 10am. If you are drunk you may be refused travel.
The Boss Springsteen will play at Hampden tonight