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Stepps Stepps is a small town in North Lanarkshire, Scotland, on the north-eastern outskirts of Glasgow. It can also be classed as a suburb, due to how close it is to Glasgow. It had a population of 4,802 according to the 2001 census.
Stepps The nearby M80 motorway connects Glasgow to Stirling. Formerly it used to only connect Glasgow to Stepps, and Haggs to Stirling.
Stepps Stepps has two primary schools. Stepps Primary School was established in 1902 but opened in new premises, shared with Stepps Public Library on a different site in 2007. Most of its pupils go on to Chryston High School. St Joseph's Roman Catholic Primary School was first opened in 1900 but a new building was opened in 1985. Most of its pupils go on to Our Lady's High School, Cumbernauld.
Stepps Originally part of the Garnkirk estate, the name for the settlement appears to post-date that of the main road through its centre, Steps Road, which was named in the 19th century and appended with a Steps Road railway station in the 1850s. The name and spelling "Stepps" only became accepted when the name of the station formally changed to Stepps in 1924.
Stepps Stepps is home to one of Scotland's oldest Hockey Clubs. Formed in 1913, Stepps Hockey Club is building towards its centenary celebrations and currently competes in the Second Division of the Scottish National Hockey League.
Stepps Stepps has served as a commuter town for Glasgow. The town is served by a railway station on SPT's Cumbernauld Line, providing a quick commute to central Glasgow, and by the A80 road. The town was bypassed by the southern section of the M80 motorway in 1992; that section of motorway is still referred to locally as the Stepps Bypass. The town's main bus service is the number 38C bus.
Stepps railway station On Sundays there is an hourly service to via Glasgow Queen St LL and to Cumbernauld.
Stepps railway station Monday to Saturday, there is a half-hourly EMU service to Glasgow Queen Street Low Level and westbound and eastbound along with an hourly diesel service between Queen Street High Level and . Electric services reverse at Springburn to access the North Clyde Line following the inauguration of electrification between Springburn & Cumbernauld on 18 May 2014, but the service to/from Falkirk remains diesel operated at present.
Stepps railway station The present station (a short distance to the east) was opened by British Rail with financial support from Strathclyde Passenger Transport Executive on 15 May 1989.
Stepps railway station Stepps railway station serves the village of Stepps, North Lanarkshire, Scotland. The railway station is located on the Cumbernauld Line, 5¼ miles (8 km) north east of Glasgow Queen Street (High Level) and is managed by Abellio ScotRail.