The council have issued a warning to the public over new bus lane restrictions in the city centre.
During planned works to expand Buchanan Galleries, drivers within the city are to be restricted from turning left onto North Hanover Street from George Square.
The new rule will be enforced from Monday, June 1, with the exception of buses and taxis, in order to enable work to be carried out.
Glasgow City Council issued the announcement on their website, highlighting that drivers could be faced with bus lane fines if they make the turn.
They stated that "drivers should be aware that there is a bus lane on North Hanover Street with an enforcement camera and anyone ignoring the no left turn could find themselves driving in the bus lane.
"It is an offence for anyone but authorised vehicles to drive in a bus lane. If a driver is found to be illegally driving in a bus lane a charge will be issued."
New restrictions mean no left turn from George Street (green) to N. Hanover Street (red).
The Queen Street station car park, which forms part of the Buchanan Galleries project, will remain open for the time being, but any vehicle which is not a bus or taxi will have to drive south down North Hanover Street towards George Square if they wish to use the station entrance.
Taxis and disabled customers will still be able to enter Queen Street Station from North Hanover Street for a few weeks, until alternative disabled access is organised on George Street.
The taxi rank previously located in the station car park has moved to George Street (outside Millennium Hotel) while seven new disabled parking bays have been created on the north side of George Square to replace spaces lost when the car park eventually closes.
Anther taxi rank has been created on George Street across from Queen Street Railway Station.
The main pick up and drop off for Queen Street Railway Station remains on George Street.