West Lothian borders the City of Edinburgh, Falkirk, North Lanarkshire, the Scottish Borders and South Lanarkshire. Livingston is the largest town in West Lothian, Scotland, about 15 miles west of Edinburgh and 30 miles east of Glasgow.
Several multi-national companies have factories in West Lothian and BSkyB has its main call centre in Livingston, it is the largest private sector employer in West Lothian. Other large employers include those in the retail sector and the National Health Service.
Serviced offices in West Lothian have excellent connections to the central Scotland road network. The M8 motorway in the north, the A899 dual carriageway spine road runs north to south along Livingston's eastern edge, connecting the M8 in the north to the A71 in the south and has the A89 to the west.
Livingston has buses to Glasgow, Edinburgh, Edinburgh Royal Infirmary, Lanark, Fife, Falkirk and most West Lothian towns and villages. Livingston also houses a 'core path network' shared by pedestrians and cyclists. The path connects all of the main areas of the town.