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Livingston is a town in West Lothian, Scotland. It is the fourth post WWII new town to be built in Scotland and was designated in 1962. It is about 15 miles west of Edinburgh and 30 miles east of Glasgow. The town is the biggest in West Lothian, and the second largest in the Lothians, after Edinburgh.
Livingston was built as part of the New Towns Act of 1946. This was part of a strategy to ease the overcrowding of Glasgow.
The town centre in Livingston sits on the southern edge of Almond Valley. It features one of the largest shopping centre's in Scotland. 'The Centre', in it's current guise, was completed in October 2008. There are major shops including Asda, Next and Topshop located there.
The designer outlet hosts a VUE multiplex cinema, a gym, bars and resteraunts.
Livingston has excellent connections to the central Scotland road network. The M8 links the town to the north, whilst the A899 dual carriageway connects the M8 in the north to the A71 in the south and the A89 to the west.
The town has a central bus station located on Almondvale Avenue, between the two shopping centres in the town. This provides regular services to surrounding towns and villages. First Edinburgh are the main bus operators in Livingston, though there are a number of other firms. Livingston also has bus routes to Glasgow, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, Ocean Terminal, Lanark, Fife and Falkirk.
Livingston has two railway stations; Livingston North and Livingston South.
In 1995, Livingston gained it's first professional football team. This was essentially the relocation of Meadowbank Thistle F.C from Edinburgh. The new team was named Livingston F.C.