Glasgow Transport 2033: What commuting in Glasgow will look like in 10 years

Transport is a massive point of investment for both the Scottish Government and Glasgow City Council - so how much will have changed in Glasgow in the next 10 years?

In the last 100 years, transport around Glasgow has changed so much - trams and trolley buses have been replaced with motor-buses, there’s a whole new swathe of train stations along the railway, and the Subway? Well the subway’s not changed too much.

Here in Glasgow transport holds a special place in our heart, creating transport in the form of ships was a massive part of Glaswegian culture for generations. We can see just how much we treasure vintage transport in Glasgow at the transport exhibition at Riverside Museum, and of course the former Museum of Transport at Kelvin Hall.

That’s why today we wanted to look at the future of transport in Glasgow - to see just how much things are going to change in 10 years.

From driverless subway carriages to the new metro system - here’s how transport in Glasgow will change in the next decade.

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