Three withdraw objections to Glasgow Airport rail link plans
Plans to build a direct rail link between the city centre and Glasgow Airport have moved a step closer, the Glasgow Evening Times reports, after three organisations withdrew objections to the plans.
British Transport Police, Pentland Aviation Fuelling Services and NATS, the air traffic control service, have now voiced their support for the Private Bill currently going through Parliament, having previously opposed it.
The new rail link, expected to be up and running by 2009, would provide a dedicated train service every 15 minutes between Glasgow Central Station and a new station at Glasgow Airport. Trains will stop once at Paisley Gilmour Street and the journey time will be 16 minutes.
The final decision is expected before the end of the year.
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