Transport Links

Thanks to its convenient central location beside Glasgow’s bustling city centre, Borron Street is easy to find, whatever your mode of transport.

Glasgow’s right on your doorstep, yet getting in and out is quick and easy — meaning you’ve got the best of both worlds. So it’s in the perfect position for both you AND your customers.

Glasgow’s excellent public transport system means we’re only a short bus ride from the city centre. First Bus Service No75 — Castlemilk to Milton — runs past our front door every 10 minutes. You can find exact timetables here.

In addition, a special Doig’s bus service runs at the following times: 07.30, 08.30, 09.30, 16.15 (Fridays only), 16.30, 17.00 and 17.40. The service drops off at North Hanover Street and costs £1 per journey.

If you’re travelling by train, Borron Street is a five-minute taxi ride from both Central and Queen Street stations. Springburn and Barnhill stations are also a short walk away, with connections every 30 minutes to Central and Queen Street. You can find local rail timetables here. Cowcaddens subway station is only 15 minutes away too.

Arriving by car? We’re easily accessible from the M8 motorway.

From the East: Take Junction 16, then follow the A804 before turning right into North Canal Bank Street.

From the West: Take Junction 15, then follow the A803 and A804 before turning right onto Pinkston Road, then left on to North Canal Bank Street.

If you have Sat-Nav, use postcode G4 9XG. Once here, you’ll find plenty of parking on-site.
You might also like to consider car sharing. Find out more here.

If you’re flying into town, Glasgow International Airport is only a 20-minute drive away. There’s an airport shuttle service to the nearby city centre every 25 minutes too.

Getting here by bike couldn’t be easier. There are plenty of traffic-free routes from the city centre — including a welcoming cycle path beside the Forth and Clyde Canal. Once you’re here, you’ll find plenty of places to park your bike too. Find more about cycle routes here.

As you’d expect, Borron Street is proud of its links with the nearby Forth and Clyde Canal. So what could be more fitting than to arrive by boat on this iconic waterway? Find more about routes and available moorings here.

Because we’re only a heartbeat from the city centre, it’s easy to get here by foot. Head north and follow the signs for Springburn. Once under the motorway, you’ll find us beside the canal on Craighall Road and North Canal Bank Street. Our map will help you find your way.

Because we like to do things a little bit greener, we’re a member of the City Car Club. This handy service lets you use a car when you need it, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. There are reserved on-street parking bays across Glasgow. Find out more here.