Palma de Mallorca metro

Palma de Mallorca has a new metropolitan railway system. Its first trip was in April, 2007. The system is connected to T1, T1e, T2 and T3 train lines. Is the fifth metro system to open in Spain.

  • Known as: metro
  • System length: 16 km
  • Number of lines: 2
  • Number of stations: 15
  • Top speed: 100 km/h
  • Website: www.trensfm.com, www.tib.org
  • Operator: Servicios Ferroviarios de Mallorca
  • Average ridership: 1,5 millions
  • Start of operation: April 25, 2007

Palma de Mallorca metro: lines and stations

M1 Line: It is 7,2 km length, has 9 stops and it goes from Plaza de España to UIB.
Stations: Estación Intermodal de Plaza España (Intermodal Station of Plaza España), Jacinto Verdaguer, Son Costa – Son Fortesa, Son Fuster Vell, Gran Vía Asima, Son Castelló, Camí dels Reis, Son Sardina, Universidad de las Islas Baleares (Universitiy of Balearic Islands)

M2 Line: It is 8,35 km long, has 9 stops and it goes from Plaza de España to Marrachí.
Stations: Estación Intermodal de Plaza España, Jacinto Verdaguer, Son Costa – Son Fortesa, Son Fuster, Virgen de Lluc, Pont d’Inca, Pont d’Inca Nou, Polígono de Marratxí, Marratxí

Schedule and frequency:

It operates from 6:30 am to 11:00 pm. Trains run every 15 min between 6:30am to 10:30am and 1:00pm to 4:00pm and every 30 min in the rest of the day. The service stops on weekends, except for line 1 that runs every 30 min.

Palma de Mallorca metro rates:

All the tickets need to be validated first. The cost does not change according to the distance.

  • Single Ticket: valid for one trip: 1,55€
  • Round Trip Ticket: valid for two trips in the same day: 3,10€
  • T-20: valid for 20 trips in 120 days: 16,55€ (0,83€ per trip)
  • T-40: valid for 40 trips in 45 days: 4,85€ (0,62€ per trip)
  • There is also a Tarjeta Intermodal (card) that provides benefits to citizens.


Map of Palma metro

CURIOUS FACTS

Palma de Mallorca Metro is the smallest metro in Spain, it is just 16km length and has 15 stations. It also has the most expensive single ticket (1,55€) after Barcelona Metro.

Suzhou Subway

The Suzhou Rail Transit (SRT) (in Chinese 苏州轨道交通) has just 1 subway line complete (Line 1).
This line started to run on April 28, 2012. A second line is under construction and planned to open by 2013.
Also, two more lines are planned to be completed on 2020. The entire system will be 140 km long and it will have around 107 stations.

  • Known as: Subway
  • Number of vehicles: 21
  • Speed: average speed of trains is around 35 km/h
  • System length: 25.75 km
  • Number of lines: 1 finished line, 1 in construction and 2 lines in project.
  • Number of stations: 24
  • Website: www.sz-mtr.com
  • Operator: SZ-Transit / 苏州轨道交通
  • Air condition: yes
  • Start of operation: recently opened in April 28, 2012.

Lines and stations

  • Line 1: (runs from east to west) It goes from Mudu, in western Suzhou, to Zhongnan Street in Suzhou Industrial Park. It is 25 km long and has 24 stations.
  • Line 2: (in construction) it will start from Beijing-Shanghai Fast Railway Station and it will go southward to South Outer Ring Road in Wuzhong Economic Development Zone. It is 27 km long and has 22 stations.

Suzhou Subway Network Plan for 2020 incl line 3 ext

Schedule and frequency

The subway start running at 5:00 and its last travel is at 23:00. Frecuency of Suzhou Subway is 5 minutes.

Rates

The prices of the tickets range from 2 to 6 yuan (95 US cents) depending on the distance of the trip.

  • 2-6 km: 2 yuan
  • 6-16 Km: 1 yuan added for each 5 km.
  • 16-30 Km: 1 yuan for each 7 Km.
  • Above 30 Km: 1 yuan for each 9 Km.

There are beneficial policies on ticket prices in disabled or blind persons, students and passengers over 70.
There is a 5% discount in the price of the ticket to all the passengers who take Suzhou Traffic Cards, Educational E-Cards and Citizen Cards.

Going to the airport

“Sunan Shuofang International Airport” is the nearest airport to Suzhou in southern Jiangsu Province.
It is located at 22 km (14 mi) northwest of Suzhou.

Las Vegas Monorail

Las Vegas monorail is a 2 track system opened in July 2004 to cover Las Vegas Strip. Also known as Robert N. Broadbent Las Vegas Monorail. In addition to a transport system, the monorail is a different way to see the city. The first approach was to build a system that would link all hotels in the area.

Las Vegas Monorail is not an economic transport system. As a tip, it is more profitable to buy an unlimited bonus, if you plan to use it frequently.

It is an eco-friendly system. All trains are electric and its emissions equal to 0. It is also prepared for the disabled people and all stations have elevators to make the system accessible 100%.

  • Known as: Monorail
  • Lines: 1 , 2 tracks
  • Stations: 7 (5 more are planned,2 of them at the airport)
  • Passengers/day: 12,075
  • Length: 6,3 km
  • Average Speed: 80kms/h
  • Owner and operator: Las Vegas Monorail Company
  • Website: www.lvmonorail.com
  • Opening: July 15, 2004

Stations

Terminal stations are Sahara and MGM Grand. The line has 7 stations:

  • Sahara
  • Las Vegas Hilton
  • Las Vegas Convention Center
  • Harrah’s / Imperial Palace
  • Flamingo / Caesars Palace
  • Bally’s / Paris Las Vegas
  • MGM Grand

Tickets and rates

  • Single Ride: 1 ride: 5$
  • Unlimited Day Pass: 12$ (only for one person)
  • Unlimited 2 Pass: 22$ (only for one person)
  • Unlimited Three-Day Pass: $28.00 (only for one person)
  • Unlimited Four Pass: 36$ (only for one person)
  • Unlimited Five Pass: 43$ (only for one person)
  • Unlimited Seven-Day Pass: $56.00 (only for one person)

Prices at Monorail Stations may differ, though those are offical prices.

Children under 5 years old ride free when accompanied by an adult.

Schedule

7:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m. Monday
7:00 a.m. to 2:00 a.m. Tuesday to Thursday
7:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. Friday to Sunday

Frecuency

Monorail trains run every 5 or 6 minutes, but there are times of day when the frequency is 4 minutes and another in which goes up to 9 minutes.

Curious facts

Las Vegas Monorail allocates significant resources to the safety of their passengers. There is security staff at every station, CCTV, all trains are equipped with emergency systems … even there is a canine unit to detect explosives.

TLas Vegas Monorail trains are all electric and train emissions are 0.

The company in charge of the Las Vegas Monorail, Las Vegas Monorail Company, is going through economic difficulties and the future of this transport system is uncertain.

Sapporo Subway

Sapporo Metro: General Information

The Sapporo Subway (Sapporo-shi-Chikatetsu) is the fourth Japanese subway and it was naugurated in 1971, in time for the Winter Olympics 1972. It was the first metro in the world to use a central rail guide wheels with neumatic system that makes it the most silent and clean underground in the world. It is operated by the Sapporo City Bureau.

Currently the system has three metro lines, Namboku, Tozai and Toho, with a length of 48 kms and 49 stations and an influx of about 210 millions travelers per year. Sapporo public transport also counts with a tram line 8.5 km long serving southwest of the city and crosses the Susukino subway and a bus line.

Sapporo Metro Lines

The Sapporo Metro network consists of 3 lines with 48 km long and 49 stations.

  • Namboku Line or Green Line, was inaugurated in 1971, runs from Makomanai to Asabu, north to south of the city. It has a length of 14.3 km and 16 stations. Its stations carry the letter N followed by a number.
  • Tozai Line Orange Line, was inaugurated in 1976 with the passage from Shin Sapporo until Miyanosawa, from east to west. It has 20.1 km and 19 stations. The stations are represented by the letter T followed by a number.
  • Toho Line, Blue Line, was inaugurated in 1988, with a north to south route. After successive extensions were reached currents 13.6 Km of length and 14 stations. It runs from Sakaemachi to Fukuzumi Station and this line runs parallel to Nanboku Line in the center of the city.

At the moment there are no plans for new lines or extensions.

Most important stations:

The subway Central Station is the Odori.

In Odori and Susukino stations there is tram connection from outside.

Opening Hours

The metro is open from 06:15 a.m until 24:00 hours.

Frequency Step

Trains run every 3-4 minutes during the morning rush hour, every 5 minutes during the evening rush hours and every 5-7 minutes during the rest othe day.

Fares and Tickets

The single ticket prices vary from ¥ 200 to ¥ 360, depending on the distance traveled. The day passes and discounted passes can be purchased at vending machines.

  • "With You Card" is a prepaid card that can be used for routes within the city by metro, tram and bus offered by JR Hokkaido Bus, Chuo Bus and Jotetsu Bus. There are five options: ¥ 1,000, from ¥ 3,000, for ¥ 5,000 and 10,000 yen for adults and ¥ 1,000 for children. All cards can be purchased at vending machines.
  • 1 Day Card offers unlimited travel on the metro, tram and bus regular city routes operated by Chuo Bus, JR Hokkaido and Jotetsu Bus companies on the day of purchase. The price is ¥ 1000 yen for adults and ¥ 500 for children. There is also a card only for one day on the subway and costs ¥ 800 for adults and ¥ 400 for children. The cards can be purchased at ticket machines and station offices.
  • Donichika-Ticket is the same as the One day card for metro but only for use on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. It costs ¥ 500 for adults and ¥ 250 for children, and can be purchased at the ticket machines and station offices.

Sapporo Subway Map pl

Airport

New Chitose International Airport serves the Sapporo metropolitan area and is located five kilometers from the city of Chitose.

New Chitose International Airport can be reached by JR Hokkaido Chitose line. Fast trains operate to and from Sapporo Station (Sapporo Station is the starting and ending point for the express JR Hokkaido) and the journey takes between 36-39 minutes and costs ¥ 1040.

The Hague RandstadRail

RandstadRail is a rapid transit system in the Netherlands that serves The Hague, Rotterdam and Zoetermeer. There is literature that considers the Hague as a Rotterdam’s suburb. The RandstadRail used mainly old railroad trains and trams available with a new flyover in The Hague and a tunnel in Rotterdam. RandstadRail is a hybrid system consisting of a part of trams and trains between The Hague and Zoetermeer, and some subway sections between The Hague and Rotterdam.

Lines 3 and 4 of the tram network and the line E of the Rotterdam metro are part of the RandstadRail network. Lines 3 and 4 running from The Hague to Zoetermeer in an old railway line and E line to Rotterdam on the old Hofpleinlijn.

RandstadRail Erasmuslijn (Lijn E). Actual underground section.

The Erasmus Line, Erasmuslijn or line E: The old line NS Hofpleinlijn restructured to function as a metro in 2006. Its maximum speed is 100 km/h. It joins to the Rotterdam metro D line with an almost completely underground section.

The line E section which serves the Hague circulates elevated and/or ground level, using the old urban railroad Hofpleinlijn line, between The Hague Centraal station and Rotterdam Hofplein. It is managed since 2006 by the RET underground trains and since 2007 operates entirely as a subway line. Hofplein Rotterdam terminal was replaced in 2010 by a tunnel to the local underground network in Rotterdam Centraal railway station. In December 2011 this line was extended to the Slinge station, sharing this section with the metro Rotterdam D line, with its terminal in the city of Spijkenisse. This line runs every 10 minutes. Line E stations: Den Haag Centraal, Laan van NOI, Voorburg ‘t Loo, Leidschendam-Voorburg, Forepark, Leidschenveen, Nootdorp, Pijnacker Centrum, Pijnacker Zuid, Berkel Westpolder, Rodenrijs, Meijersplein, Melanchthonweg, Blijdorp, Rotterdam Centraal, Stadhuis, Beurs, Leuvehaven, Wilhelminaplein, Rijnhaven, Maashaven, Zuidplein, Slinge

RandstadRail lines 3 and 4: Tram-train lines

The RandstadRail also includes 4 tram lines. Line 2 from The Hague to Leidschendam, lines 3 and 4 from The Hague to Zoetermeer and line 19 from Leidschendam to Delft. These lines are managed by HTM. Lines 2 and 19 only support RandstadRail temporarily. Line 3 from Arnold Spoelplein to Central Station and line 4 between De Uithof and Central Station are regular tram lines. Lines 2, 3 and 4 have a frequency of 10 minutes during the day from Monday to Saturday. Sundays and evenings the rate drops to 15 minutes. Line 19 always has a frequency of 15 minutes.

Lines 3 and 4 are the old lines of the suburban train Zoetermeer Stadslijn, previously managed by NS (Dutch Railways). Later this lines went on to function as a conventional train to function as a light train system and joined the tram network.

RandstadRail netwerk 2009

Routes

  • RR3: Loosduinen, Den Haag CS, Zoetermeer loop, Centrum West
  • RR4: De Uithof, Den Haag CS, Zoetermeer Centrum West, Oosterheem

Media

RandstadRail Den Haag 090

Jacksonville Skyway

The JTA Skyway is an elevated monorail just over 4 kilometers long fully automated which operates in the center of Jacksonville (Florida). Cross the St. Johns River reaching Kings Avenue on the South Bank. It has 8 stations and provides access to the business district and government buildings, restaurants, shops, museums and other attractions. The operator of this system is Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA).

It is a efficient transportation system, quiet, clean and air-conditioned. It opened in 1989 with 3 stations in the city center.

To encourage the use of public transport and in particular the Jacksonville people mover Jacksonville Park’n Ride lots are available at Convention Center, San Marco and Kings Avenue stations so SkyWay users can leave their cars outside the city center, decongesting downtown traffic and avoiding parking problems. In addition, the JTA Skyway is a completely free system.

It has about half a million users per year (2012).

Jacksonville Skyway stations

Of his 8 stations, five operate in the city center: Convention Center, Jefferson, Central, Hemming Park and Rosa Park, and 3 on the Southbank: San Marco, Riverplace, Kings Avenue

JTA Skyway Map

Horario y frecuencia

Hours of service and frequency

The JTA Skyway operates Monday through Friday from 6 am to 9 pm
Saturday and Sunday only for special events.

The frequency of 6-9 am and 4 to 6:30 pm, peak time, is 3 minutes. In regular hours, the frequency is 6 minutes.

Security

All Skyway stations are CCTV monitored and have intercoms.

Marseille Metro

As part of the public transport system the city of Marseille has a subway system that uses underground technology on rubber tires.Its system is similar to the one developed by the RATP (Autonomous leasing company of Paris Transports) for the Paris and Montreal Metro.

It opened in 1977 and is a municipal public service administered and controlled by the Régie des Transports de Marseille (RTM) along with the tram and city buses.

In 2011 it carried over 74 million passengers.

Marsella Metro Lines

The Marseille Metro network consists of two partially underground lines with a total length of 21.8 km, (18 of which are underground) and that run fully in the town of Marseille

  • Line M1: Blue Line runs from La Rose to The Fourragere and was the first to become operational in 1977. It has 12.9 km and 18 stations.
  • Line M2: Red Line runs from Bougainville to Sainte Marguerite Dromel. Became operational in 1984. It has 8.9 km and has 12 stations.

Future expansions:

Is scheduled extension of the Line M2 from the south terminal eastward to St. Loup-Pagnol with five new stations.

Major stations:

The two stations where you can make transfer from one line to the other are Castellane and St. Charles (Central Railway Station)

Opening Hours

The network now opens at 05:00 a.m and runs until 23:05 p.m from Monday to Thursday (last train leaves the terminus station at 22:40 p.m), and until 00.30 a.m Friday to Sunday.

Frequency of service

The frequency varies according to time and the seasons of the year.

In winter rush hour trains run every 3.30 minutes and off-peak every 5 minutes. In summer always run every 5 minutes during the day. At night the metro runs every 10 minutes.

Marseille - Metro - Netzplan

Fares and Tickets

The tariff system of Marseille is called Reseau Liberte. All tickets are valid for the metro, tram and bus for an hour.

  • Ticket Solo.
    Single ticket for the entire RTM network, you can make use of it for one hour. It costs 1.50 €
  • Ticket 2 Voyages. 2 Single ticket that allows a person to make two trips across the network RTM. It costs 3.00 €. This ticket can be recharged up to two times.
  • Ticket 10 Voyages. You can make 10 trips across the RTM network and costs 12.80 €
  • 24H or 72H Pass. Pass valid for 24 hours or 72 hours from the first validation for unlimited travel on the network RTM. It costs 5 € for 24 hours and 10.50 € for 72 hours. It is on sale in the metro and tram distributors and dealers
  • CITY PASS.
    Allows visiting Marseille tourist attractions with great discounts and gives free access to public transport during its validity period. Available for 24 hours for 22 € and 48 hours for 29 €.
    On sale exclusively at the Tourist Offices.

Airport

Marseille Provence Airport, also known by the name of Marseille-Marignane Airport is located on the eastern shore of the Etang de Berre. It is 27 kilometers from Marseille.

The airport has no railway connections, but buses go to the Marseille Central Train station and the TGV station (high speed) of Aix.
Both bus and taxis stops are outside the terminal, between Hall 1 and Hall 4. A shuttle service connects the airport to the St Charles Marseille train station in Marseille city center in about 25 minutes and leave every twenty minutes.The ticket price is 8.50 €. People going to another town from there can take trains to Avignon and Montpellier.

Catania Metro

Catania metro system, or Metropolitana di Catana in italian, is the shortest in the world.
The total length of the system is just 3.8 kms. It just has 6 stations.
Metropolitana of Catania, usually known as just Metro, its operating since 27 June 1999.

Catania metro

Catania metro system, or Metropolitana di Catana in italian, is the shortest in the world.
The total length of the system is just 3.8 kms. It just has 6 stations.
Metropolitana of Catania, usually known as just Metro, its operating since 27 June 1999.

The city, located in the coast of Sicily, is the second largest of the province.
Catania was facing urban transportation congestion so the need for the metro service was justified.
The work is just “half done” as the system doesn’t reach many destinations, working hours and frecuency are not
enough and the consequence is that is not a very popular transport. Then is not easy to find funding to expand
and improve the system.

It is managed by the Ferrovia Circumetnea,FCE, (Etna rails). The metro system is being extended
and there are some stations and sections under construction (Piazza Giovanni XXIII, Piazza Stesicoro…).
Metro services are going to be complemented with another system operated by RFI (Reti Ferroviarie Italiane).

Lines and stations

The northen half of the route (Borgo to Piazza Galatea section) the Metropolitana di Catana circulates
underground and is double track. The other half (Piazza Galatea to Porto section) circulates at ground level
and is single track. That’s another limitation for the frecuency that trains can depart.

Stations: Borgo, Giuffrida, Italia, Galatea, Stazione F.S. Centrale and Porto.
Borgo station connects with the Circumetnea railway.

There are two more planned lines and should be currently open but due to funding problems the
projects are stalled.

Map of the underground system of Catania

Hours of operation and frecuency

It doesn’t operate very often. There is a train every 15 minutes but you could find yourself waiting for almost half an hour.
Hours of operation are from 07:00 until 20:45 and only from monday to saturday.

Rates and tickets.

The tickets cost € 1 for 90 minutes and € 2,50 for a day. There is also a season ticket for a month for 10€.
You can purchase tickets at kiosks. Tickets are also valid for urban buses.
Tickets must be validated when you use them at metro gates or machines on buses.

Interesting facts

The metro system is facing several problems: not enough riderships due to limited destinations, service frequency
and working hours.

Connection to the airport

By the public Alibus line 457 of AMT which departs from the central train station.
An extension to the system is planned since 2006 from Galatea to the west,
and probably it will get to the airport from Stesicoro.

Duisburg Stadtbahn

The Duisburg Stadtbahn is a light rail part of the German rail system covering the Rhine-Ruhr area. Duisburg is a city in North Rhine-Westphalia, where the confluence of the Rhine and Ruhr rivers is. The city has more than 500 thousand inhabitants, but rather small Stadtbahn network compared with that of Essen and Dortmund, neighboring cities. It is also integrated in the VRR tariff zone.

The Duisburg Stadtbahn operates since July 92.

The initial design planned 2 routes in Duisburg, an east-west reaching Mülheim and another north to south connecting with Düsseldorf.

Lines and stations

The Duisburg system consists of a Stadtbahn line and 2 tram lines.

Line U79

Stations: Meiderich Süd Bf, Duisburg Hbf, König-Heinrich-Platz, Grunewald, DU-Kesselsberg, D-Wittlaer, Kaiserswerth, Heinrich-Heine-Allee, Düsseldorf Hbf, Oberbilk S/Philipshalle, Kaiserslauterner Straße, Universität Ost/Botanischer Garten. It’s 17 kms long.

Tram lines

It’s 43.4 kms of routes in total, of which 7,5kms are shared with the U79.

Line 901. Stations: Obermarxloh Schleife, Marxloh Pollmann, Beeck Denkmal, Laar Kirche, Ruhrort Bf, König-Heinrich-Platz, Duisburg Hbf, Zoo/Uni, Mülheim-Speldorf, Mülheim (Ruhr) Hbf.

Line 903. Stations: Dinslaken Bf, Du-Walsum, Marxloh Pollmann, Hamborn Rathaus, Meiderich Süd Bf, Duisburg Hbf, König-Heinrich-Platz, Hochfeld Süd Bf, Wanheimerort, Hüttenheim Schleife.

Tickets and fares

Duisburg is part of the VRR tariff system (Verkehrsverbund Rhein-Ruhr). A single ticket for adults and children costs € 1.60
A 4 trips ticket: 5.80 €. You can check out all the fares in their site

Hours of service and frequency

Stadtbahn line U79 towards Düsseldorf and trams 901 and 903 operate from 4:30 to 00:00, with a frequency of 10 minutes during the day and 15 minutes at night.

Mapa de StadtBahn de Duisburgo en Wikipedia

Stadtbahnnetzplan Duisburg

Curious facts

U79 stations and trams are decorated with murals and paintings that make worth visiting.

Interesting links

Another Duisburg line maps

Glasgow Metro

Glasgow metro is one of the oldest metro systems in the world and the second most extensive urban rail network in the UK, after London Underground.

Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland. It has an circular underground metro line with 15 stations. It is one of the oldest metro
systems in the world and the second most extensive urban rail network in the UK, after London. Metro system is complemented by an
urban trains transport system, and its managed by the Strathclyde Partnership for Transport (SPT). It is operating since 1896.

  • Known as: Glasgow subway
  • Lines : 1
  • Stations: 15
  • Length of the system: 10,4 kms
  • Passengers/day: 35000
  • Website: www.spt.co.uk

Lines and stations

Glasgow subway is only one 10,4 kms long line with fifteen stations:

Hillhead, Kelvinbridge, St. George’s Cross,Buchanan Street, St. Enoch, Bridge Street, West Street, Shields Road, Kinning Park, Cessnock, Ibrox, Govan, Partick, Kelvinhall

The subway system is organised in two circles (orbital routes).
The Outer Circle runs clockwise and The Inner Circle, which runs counterclockwise.
Both circles comprise the same fifteen stations, from Partick to Govan.

Schedule and frecuency

The Subway is open from 6:30 am to 11:45 pm, Monday to Saturday, and from 10:00 am to 6:12 pm on Sundays.
There are trains every 4 minutes at peak times, and every 8 minutes during off-peak times. A complete ride takes 24 minutes.

Fares and Tickets

Single

  • Adult costs £1.40
  • Child costs £0.70
  • Concession costs £0.80

Return

  • Adult costs £2.60
  • Child* costs £1.30
  • Concession** costs £1.20

All day (special offer)
Unlimited travel for one day.

  • Adult costs £2.60
  • Child costs £1.30

    7 day ticket

  • Adult costs £12.00
  • Child costs £6.00

28 day ticket

  • Adult costs £45.00
  • Child costs £22.50

You can also buy parking, where available.

  • Single costs £5.00
  • 4 week parking season ticket costs £50.00
  • 12 week parking season ticket costs £135.00
  • 24 week parking season ticket costs £255.00

Some considerations are that children are under 16 years old. A maximum of two children under 5 years old can ride for free with a fare-paying adult.

You can also buy a Subway Smartcard. That is a electronic card. The Subway Smartcard is free and unique to each person once they register.

Glasgow SPT Subway Map-sv

Airports

Glasgow International Airport (GLA) is located 8 miles west of the city centre in Renfrewshire.
Glasgow Prestwick Airport (PIK) is located approximately 30 miles southwest of Glasgow in Ayrshire and Glasgow Seaplane Terminal,
by the Glasgow Science Centre on the River Clyde.

There are direct trains from Paisley Gilmour Street to Glasgow Central, Ayr and Clyde Coast destinations.
You have ask for a rail ticket to Glasgow Airport. The ticket will be valid on the train to Paisley Gilmour Street and the McGills bus service from Paisley to the airport.
Trains to Glasgow Central. There are 8 trains per hour from Paisley Gilmour Street to Glasgow Central (only 5 on Sundays).