As COP26 gets underway in Glasgow, roads closures and planned protests are prompting bus diversions across the city. 

Here is a breakdown of all the bus diversions scheduled so far. 

First Bus 1/A/B/C/D and X4 - Clyde Expressway

The 1/A/B/C/D & X4 First Bus services are being affected by the Clydeside Expressway closure, in place until Monday, November 15.

Journeys on these routes will terminate at Argyle Street at Central Station, while those leaving from the city will commence from their normal stop in Oswald Street.

The stops between Victoria Park Drive South and  Bothwell Street/Waterloo Street, as well as stops on Argyle street at Marriot/Tesco and Buchanan Street, Ingram Street, Glassford Street, Stockwell Street, Osborne Street, Stockwell Place and Howard Street will not be serviced.

Buses will divert via alternative routes through the Clyde Tunnel and M8 and First Bus warned they could be subject to delays, with the app journey planner not taking into account the diverted route. 

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First Bus 2, 3 and 77 - Dumbarton Road  

To allow for operational requirements, services will divert away from Dumbarton Road Kelvingroveon until Sunday, November 7.

Service 2 towards Faifley/Bailliesto will divert via Byres Road, University Avenue, Kelvin Way, right Gibson Street, Eldon Street, Woodlands Road, Newton Street, St Vincent Street.

Service 3 towards Govan Bus Station/Drumchapel will follow an alternative route via Byres Road, University Avenue, Kelvin Way, Gibson Street, Eldon Street, Woodlands Road, Newton Street, Sauchiehall Street/Bath Street.

Service 77 towards Buchanan Bus Station/Braehead/GLA will divert via Byres Road, Queen Margaret Drive, Great Western Road, West Graham Street, Cowcaddens Road, North Hanover Street, Killermont Street.

The City Centre stop for service 77 will be Buchanan Bus Station and all stops between Byres Road at Highburgh Road and West Graham Street will be omitted to speed up journey times.

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A number of bus services in the city are also being disrupted due to the planned COP26 Coalition march on Saturday, November 6. 

Strathclyde Partnership for Travel (SPT) has published a list of updated diversions on its website for its own bus services in the Southside.

Service 103: Glasgow – Shawlands – Silverburn – Barrhead, 153: Glasgow – Silverburn, 129: Newton Mearns – Mansewood – Hillpark – Shawlands – City Centre and Mosspark – Glasgow City Centre will all terminate at Bridge Street and will not serve the City Centre.

Service 64: Glasgow – Carmyle – Halfway will terminate at Ballater Street and will not serve the City Centre.