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Hillington Park is located at the M8 J26 between Glasgow City Centre and Glasgow International Airport. The main arterial route A736 runs through the centre of the Park linking the main Glasgow/ Paisley Road A761 South.

Travel distances
Paisley 3 miles
Renfrew 2 miles
Glasgow 6 miles
Edinburgh 50 miles
Aberdeen 142 miles
Carlisle 99 miles

For up to date travel information visit Traffic Scotland.

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Car Share


Hillington Park is a supporter of the SPT Journey share programme which is a free car sharing initiative for those working within the Greater Glasgow area that connects drivers with passengers.  It matches people travelling similar routes and facilitates one off trips, regular commutes and irregular working hours that fit in with part-time shifts.

Join for FREE at https://liftshare.com/uk/community/spt

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Train


Hillington Park is served by two train stations – Hillington East and Hillington West – which provide 2-3 services per hour to Glasgow Central Station, Paisley and Inverclyde.

Train Links
Glasgow 10 mins
Paisley 6 mins
Greenock 32 mins
Gourock 41 mins

For more information on Trains times, visit www.scotrail.co.uk

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Bus


Several bus routes operate daily services through the Park with the main routes along A736 Hillington Road, offering 15-minutes service at peak times and connections with nearby bus terminals at Braehead and Silverburn.

More information on bus journeys can be found by visiting:

www.mcgillsbuses.co.uk/
www.firstgroup.com/greater-glasgow
www.colchri.com/routes/

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Air


Hillington Park is 3 miles and a five-minute drive from Glasgow International Airport. (www.glasgowairport.com)

Edinburgh International Airport (www.edinburghairport.com) is 45 miles along the M8 motorway to the east.

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Bike


National Cycle routes 7 and 75 are both accessible from the Park on public roads. For more information visit www.sustrans.org.uk

The Government’s green transport initiative enables employees to buy a bike tax-free. In addition it helps your company and employees to save money, to be healthier and more productive at work, and to reduce environmental impact.

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Ports


King George V Dock is 0.5 miles to the north of Hillington Park and one of the key location factors in the choice of Hillington for Scotland’s first designated industrial estate 80 years ago.

Today’s busiest Scottish container ports of Greenock, Grangemouth and Rosyth are all accessible via the M8 and motorway network beyond.

Greenock – 20 miles
Grangemouth – 34 miles
Rosyth –   45 miles

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