This December, we’re delighted to welcome the newest station to Scotland’s Railway.
The new Robroyston station opens on Sunday 15 December 2019 with the first train stopping at 08:37 en route to Edinburgh Waverley from Glasgow Queen Street.
The station has been just over 15 months in the making and will be Glasgow’s 60th railway station. The new station has been built upon land that was previously home to a Robroyston station and a marshalling yard, but this closed over 50 years ago.
On the Edinburgh – Glasgow, via Cumbernauld line
Situated between Stepps and Springburn stations on the Glasgow - Edinburgh via Cumbernauld line, the station will provide an easy commuting option for the residents of Robroyston and Millerston as well as those who usually commute using the nearby M80. The station can be accessed from Junction 2 and there will be 263 free parking spaces.
Robroyston station will see two trains per hour to Glasgow Queen Street, taking around 12 minutes. Plus, two services per hour to Edinburgh Waverley during the day taking around 63 minutes.
Accessible for everyone
In keeping with making Scotland’s Railway accessible for everyone, both platforms will be step free and the Class 385 trains stopping at Robroyston will have space for two wheelchairs plus accessible toilets. We’re always happy to offer assistance to any passenger. Simply contact use here and we can help you out.
A greener way to travel
Opening up this park and ride option for the residents of north east Glasgow will provide a more environmentally-friendly commuting option. The Class 385 trains offer a greener, quieter way to travel - they’re 18% more energy efficient than our old trains. They’ve also got free Wi-Fi and charging points so you can use your travel time to relax.