Busses and airport taxis have been allowed to return to Glasgow Airport's inner forecourt for the first time since the terror attack in June 2007. The relaxation of restrictions follows the installation of 300 new security bollards, at a cost of £2 million, in front of the terminal, and is part a bid to increase public transport use from 11% to 15% by 2012.
Amanda McMillan, managing director at Glasgow Airport, said the re-opening of the area was a 'return to normal'. She said: 'It will provide more transport choice for our passengers. It is vital we continue to reduce congestion and promote public transport as a way of reducing emissions. By giving public transport vehicles access to the inner forecourt, we aim to significantly increase the number of passengers who use public transport.'
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