Trans­port links ready to rock

Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

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

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