COP26 Glasgow CPS Chargers Impacted by Road Closures
The arrival of COP26 will see travel around Glasgow significantly impacted as world leaders, delegates and climate activists gather to discuss the important action required to inspire positive change in tackling the climate emergency.
The CPS network is one way in which Scotland is proactively approaching climate change, with the impressive growth of the EV network from 55 public chargers in 2013 to currently over 2,100 setting the precedent for countries worldwide.
Due to the influx of high profile individuals there are security measures in place which involve the closure of certain roads resulting in no public access to some chargers on the CPS network. We strongly advise planning ahead and making use of other charging points in the area during this time which can be found on the CPS website and mobile app map functions. The locations impacted are as follows (subject to change):
Riverside Museum, Glasgow 24th October – 15st November
Hydro Arena Car Park, Glasgow 24th October – 15th November
SEC Hydro Car Park, Glasgow 24th October – 15th November
Bunhouse Road Car Park, Glasgow 1st – 2nd November
SEPA, Maryhill Road, Glasgow 29th October – 13th November
More information surrounding road closures as well as recommended alternative routes and means of transport during this busy period can be found on the Get Ready Glasgow website. As previously mentioned we high recommend planning ahead to counter any issues in accessing the CPS network. https://www.getreadyglasgow.com/cop26/traffic-and-travel.