PARTS of Glasgow have been hit by disruption to water supplies this morning. 

The G20 area of the city, which takes in Maryhill and North Kelvinside, is affected. Households in Dennistoun and Springburn have also reported issues.

Scottish Water is investigating the problem and said a burst main in the Garscube area may be to blame. 

The flooding has caused rush hour travel chaos for early morning commuters.

Emergency repair teams scrambled to the scene on Phoenix Road close to the M8 sliproad before 7am. Traffic began to build in the area after a large amount of water had gathered on the road.

It is believed that some vehicles have become submerged in the water.

On Twitter, the company initially posted: "Customers in the Glasgow area may be experiencing a disruption to their water supply.

"We are investigating the cause and will update as soon as we have more information."