Find an exit from a Platform

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Overview

Since there's a ramped exit from each platform onto Springfield Road, we won't explain all possibilities of reaching each exit from each platform.

Note, however, that some customers may find the ramps a bit steep.

Please note that there's no pavement on the near (west) side of Springfield Road under the rail bridge, so we suggest you cross Springfield Road before going under this bridge.

The doors will open on your left as you face the front of the train. There is tactile paving along the edge of each platform.

From Which Platform?

  From Platform 1, Eastbound
From Platform 2, Westbound

From Platform 1, Eastbound

You can leave the platform via the ramp, near the front of the train, or the steps, which are about in the middle of the platform.

Via the Ramp

Go to the front of the train (six car) or beyond the front of shorter trains and take the turning left from the platform. You turn left (180 degrees in all) then go down the ramp. At the bottom of the slope, you'll find a wall with cycle racks in front of you, turn right (180 degrees) and go down the ramp to street level. You're in Springfield Road, Kirkintilloch road is the main road to your left.

GO TO END

Via the Steps

As you go from the front of the train, you pass the steps to the bridge, then the stepped exit before you reach the waiting room.

Turn away from the platform and go down one, three then 12 steps. You're now on the landing between the two halves of the ramp. Continue to the fence in front of you then turn right and continue, down the ramp to street level. You're in Springfield Road, Kirkintilloch Road is the main road on your left.

GO TO END

From Platform 2, Westbound

As you move from the front of the train, you pass the ticket office, before you reach the path leading to the exit.

Turn away from the platform and follow the path to the wall and turn left. Go down the ramp to street level. You're in Springfield Road. Cross here and turn left, under the bridge for Kirkintilloch Road.

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