Our Moviemap shows all sustainable travel links to the QEUH/RHC Campus. The map features public transport options for bus travel as well as train and subway options. The map has links to Traveline Scotland for personal journey planning. Walking and cycling routes are also indicated as well as parking information for the campus.
Click here to view/download "Getting to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital and Royal Hospital for Children" travel options leaflet, detailing the range of travel and transport options to the site. Correct as of August 2017.
Latest Transport News
Changes to First Glasgow Services - 20 August 2017
The 8 has fully replaced the 15 - Summerston to QEUH. The route will be remain the same with a slight timetable change. New timetable available here.
16 has been rerouted between Blairdardie and Drumchapel, Merryton Avenue and a revised timetable introduced. New timetable available here.
90 - Minor timetable change to some Sunday services, available here.
Please see full details of recent changes here and keep up-to-date with the latest news at First Glasgow's website https://www.firstgroup.com/greater-glasgow.
Govan - Riverside Museum Ferry
The FREE ferry service between Govan and the Riverside Museum will operate daily from 30th June until September between the hours of 8am – 6pm Monday to Friday, and 10am – 5.30pm at the weekends.
The ferry departs from the pontoon at the bottom of Water Row and the Transport Museum. It is a shuttle service so will be ‘shuttling’ backwards and forwards continually throughout the day. Simply turn up when you are ready to sail!
This is an excellent opportunity for staff based at West Glasgow ACH and QEUH/RHC to cross the Clyde for free as part of their commute.
The crossing can be used to visit the Riverside Museum, the Tall Ship or the West End of Glasgow. It is also hoped that more day-trippers will be attracted to Govan, where they can visit the newly displayed Govan Stones in Govan Old Parish Church, the Saturday market, or see what else Govan has to offer.
We encourage you all to make use of this free service while you have the chance. It is hoped that the river crossing between Govan & Partick will run until the proposed bridge is in place (scheduled Summer 2020). Please click here for more details
Travelling to the QEUH from out with Glasgow?
Glasgow City Centre bus stops and departure points are shown in page 2 of the following diagram (click onto diagram to view), along with local interchange points such as Paisley and Braehead.
To Govan Road Entrance
Follow the link above to access our dedicated walking and cycling pages.
We have recently developed new walking and cycling guides with Sustrans which detail local routes, facilites and access point. The guide for the QEUH site is available here.
The Patient and Visitor Transfer Vehicle service provides improved access for individuals who have restricted mobility and assists patients and visitors around the QEUH campus.
Collection/drop off at key locations across the campus including
Hours of Availability/Seating Capacity
Designated Routes/Access to Buggy Service
Patients and Visitors can access the Transfer Vehicle via designated call points located in ground floor of P1 and P2 or via hospital reception staff located within QEUH/RHC/INS/SIU/PDRU/Maternity Unit/Langlands Building/Podiatry/Westmarc.
Rail Operator - Scotrail
Subway Operator - SPT
Other - Clyde ferry