Rail transport is operated by First ScotRail. Stations are Milngavie, Hillfoot, Bearsden and Westerton. All stations have limited car parking. Services run into either Glasgow Queen Street or Central stations. The frequency in both directions is every 15 minutes Monday to Saturday and every half hour on a Sunday. Additional trains run to and from Westerton.

Departures from Bearsden are generally at 2,17,32 and 47 minutes past the hour Monday to Saturday. Sunday 16 and 46 minutes past the hour.

Departures from Queen Street are generally 13,23,43 and 53 minutes past the hour Monday to Saturday. Sunday 24 and 54 minutes past the hour. It is necessary to change train at Partick station on around half of the services from Queen Street as the Milngavie trains operate alternately through Central Station.

Early morning, late evening and peak time services may differ.

Railway stations are indicated on the Map link by a symbol

My Bus - Rural

The 850 Allander service is operated by Strathclyde Partnership for Transport 'SPT' The bus operates Mondays to Saturdays between the hours of 0700 and 1800 hours and requires to be booked in advance.

The service picks you up from as near to your door as possible and takes you where you want to go, when you want to go. It does not make trips where there are alternative direct public transport services.

The service provides direct links between any points in the area shown on the map , and also from this area to the highlighted town centres and train stations.

Download timetable and map and booking instructions

Other bus Services to Glasgow operate along

  • Milngavie Road and Drymen Road / Duntocher Road the details of which are currently changing. Please visit the SPT website for details.

My Bus/Dial a Bus

This helps people who are unable to use or have difficulty in using ordinary buses. You have to be registered to use this service. To check your eligibility and if eligible to find out more about how it operates call 0845 128 4025. More details can be found on the SPT website