Better Buses for Strathclyde

Tell SPT to take Strathclyde's Buses back into Public Control


SPT's consultation on bus reform closed on 13 May 2024. Thanks to everyone who took part!

The results showed huge public support for greater public ownership and control of the bus network.

We're organising a Public Meeting on 28 August 2024 to discuss the next steps for the campaign. Please join us there to find out more:

Taking our buses back into public control: What's next for the campaign?
Wednesday 28 August 2024, 6:30-8pm
Unite Scotland, 145/165 West Regent Street, Glasgow, G2 4RZ
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Better Buses for Strathclyde is supported by:

Scottish Trades Union Congress (STUC), Friends of the Earth Scotland, We Own It, Get Glasgow Moving, Asthma + Lung UK Scotland, Action to Protect Rural Scotland, NUS Scotland, The Poverty Alliance, Living Rent Glasgow, Scottish Pensioners' Forum, Stop Climate Chaos Scotland, The Common Weal, Association of British Commuters, Bring Back British Rail, Maryhill Integration Network, Glasgow Eco Trust, GoBike, A People's Plan for Glasgow, Scottish Women's Budget Group, AMINA Muslim Women's Resource Centre, Women on Wheels, Glasgow City Parents Group, Parents for Future Scotland, Extinction Rebellion Glasgow, Scot.E3, Fuel Poverty Action Glasgow, University of Glasgow Urbanism Society, Houston Community Council, Govan Community Council, Maryhill & Summerston Community Council, North Lanarkshire Trades Council, Irvine & North Ayrshire Trades Council, Clydebank Trades Council, Glasgow Trades Council, Kildrum Community Council, Govanhill Baths Community Trust, Unite Glasgow Retired Members Branch and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Students' Union.

If you're part of an organisation, group or Community Council that would like to support the campaign, please get in touch using the 'Contact Campaign Creator' link at the top of our petition.