Passengers advised of changed access into Queen Street station: 28 June Dundas Lane 1

Monday 16 Jul 2018

Passengers advised of changed access into Queen Street station

Region & Route:
Scotland’s Railway: Scotland

From Saturday 21 July, the way passengers enter and exit Glasgow Queen Street station will change as the project team finishes the last of the demolition work on Consort House.

Direct access to Low Level services from Dundas Street will close and be replaced with a temporary walkway via Platform 2 on the main High Level concourse. The main entrance will remain open and will move further down Dundas Street.

The new passenger access will be in place throughout the rest of the redevelopment and will enable the project team to complete the remaining demolition work before construction begins to build a bigger and brighter station.

Jenna Clark, Project Manager for Queen Street redevelopment said “This is an important point of the project as we prepare to complete demolition work and put in place safe access to the station that will be there as we build the new station.

“We are working closely with ScotRail’s station team to minimise the impact that our activities have on station users and staff will be available to provide support and direction”.

The passenger assistance desk will remain situated on the centre of the concourse and lift access to the Low Level platforms will remain operational from Platform 7.

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