Expression of HXT1, a gene encoding a Saccharomyces cerevisiae low-affinity glucose transporter, is regulated by glucose availability, being activated in the presence of glucose and inhibited when the levels of the sugar are scarce. In this study we show that 14-3-3 proteins are involved in the regulation of the expression of HXT1 by glucose. We also demonstrate that 14-3-3 proteins, in complex with Reg1, a regulatory subunit of Glc7 protein phosphatase, interact physically with Grr1 (a component of the SCF-Grr1 ubiquitination complex), a key player in the process of HXT1 induction by glucose. In addition, we show that the TOR kinase pathway participates actively in the induction of HXT1 expression by glucose. Inhibition of the TOR kinase pathway by rapamycin treatment abolishes HXT1 glucose induction. A possible involvement of PP2A protein phosphatase complex, through the Cdc55 B-subunit, in the glucose induction of HXT1 is also discussed.