Plans for a new transport system spanning much of Greater Glasgow have been revealed in a new report. 

Written by Professor David Begg, a former transport advisor to the UK Government, the paper argues a substantial change is needed to revolutionise transport across Glasgow.

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The plan suggests rail links stretching from Paisley in the West to Easterhouse in the East, as well as Newton Mearns to Bishopbriggs. 

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Other proposals, such as tram systems across the city, are part of ambitious and costly infrastructure projects put forward as the solution to a better 21st century public transport system. 

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Phase two of the Connectivity Commission will launch today.