Travel to the host city of the 2014 Commonwealth Games offers many options to suit all budgets and requirements.
Glasgow is served by three international airports, with direct flights from 130 destinations.
Glasgow International Airport is located 15 minutes from the city centre with frequent direct services available to major hubs such as Dubai, Copenhagen and Amsterdam as well as an average of 43 flights from London every day. In addition both Glasgow Prestwick and Edinburgh International Airports are within 45 minutes drive from Glasgow City Centre.
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Glasgow is also well serviced by rail connections with over 20 trains per day departing from Glasgow Central to London and good East Coast connections to Edinburgh every 15 minutes during the day.
For more information and route planning please visit Traveline Scotland.
Due to extensive road closures and traffic disruption during the staging of the National Championships, spectators are encouraged to travel by public transport.
By car, Scotland has an extensive motorway road network and Edinburgh is linked by the M8, England on the M74, Stirling with the M80, and the West Coast of Scotland with the A82 (North) and M77 (South).
Accessing the National Road Race start/finish hub by bicycle is easy. Glasgow Green sits on National Cycle Route 75 (Glasgow to Loch Lomond/Glasgow to Cambuslang). National Cycle Route 75 can be accessed directly from National Cycle Routes 7 and 756.
For more information and a map of national and local cycle routes in Glasgow please click here or download the Glasgow Cycling route map here (PDF file 14Mb).