THE railway station in Cathcart will be among those earmarked for upgrading as part of an overall £3 million investment programme.
Some 30 stations around Glasgow will see customer help points installed: allowing travellers to ask for information and assistance from ScotRail on a secure, direct line.
Some of the money, £335,000, will come from the Scottish government.
Transport minister Keith Brown said: “This investment will help enhance that train travel experience for passengers in Glasgow and hopefully encourage even more people to ditch the car and take the train.
“The Scottish government’s record levels of investment in our railways are reasulting in real on-the-ground benefits being delivered by ScotRail.”
Cathcart is the only southside railway station to be upgraded.