Glasgow Queen Street Station
Queen Street is undergoing extensive redevelopment work, due for completion in 2020. Below we'll post information on any structural or access changes we know about. More information on Queen Street redevelopment is on the NetWork Rail website.
For the latest information on Glasgow Queen Street station's redevelopment you can follow NetworkRail on twitter @NetworkRailGQS. You can also contact their 24 hour Helpline on 03457 11 41 41 or drop them a line on: www.networkrail.co.uk/contactus or email the project team directly at GlasgowQueenStreet@networkrail.co.uk.
Waiting room temporary relocation
From Network Rail 25 May 2018
As part of Network Rail's ongoing work to redevelop Glasgow Queen Street station, on Monday 28 May the waiting room will change location and move onto the corner of the main concourse. This temporary waiting room will be available ahead of the start of morning service and is situated underneath the main departure board and adjacent to the ticket machines and left luggage. .
Dundas Street and Hanover Street entrance changes
From NetworkRail: 17 March 2018
From Sunday (18 March), the way that passengers enter and exit Glasgow Queen Street station from Dundas Street has changed as the redevelopment progresses:
- A temporary passenger tunnel replaces the repositioned main entrance on Dundas Street . It will connect station users to both Low Level and High Level stations;
- This tunnel will be situated closer to the Low Level entrance on Dundas Street, which will remain unchanged;
- The new tunnel will be in place until approximately mid-May and will enable the project team to progress with demolition activities on Consort House. Further changes will be required as the project progresses;
- Changes to the Dundas Street entrance means ScotRail’s accessibility information point will be relocated on to the main concourse.
Pedestrian and vehicle access on North Hanover Street will also be temporarily restricted as part of the activities.
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