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 September 2016.
Stagecoach - available here
First - available here
McGill's - available here
16 Temporary Diversion - From 9th of January until 30th of March 2017, the above service will be on diversion running in a clockwise direction between Blairdardie and Drumchapel. Click here for timetable and here for more information. Please note there will be a slight change of times of services during this closure.
X19 - From Monday 12 December, a revised timetable will be in operation on this service. Please see the following link for more information. https://tiscon-maps-stagecoachbus.s3.amazonaws.com/Timetables/West%20Scotland/X19-December-2016.pdf.
M4 - From Monday 5 December, this service has been revised to operate Anniesland - Partick (Via Kelvindale, Hyndland Road, Byers Road and Dumbarton Road). Passengers can change at Partick for connections to the QEUH campus. Please see https://www.firstgroup.com/greater-glasgow/news-and-service-updates/planned-changes/m4-service for more info.
First 15 and 16 services - Revised timetables have been introduced for both services and service 16 has been re-routed within Drumchapel. Please see the following link for further information and timetables: www.firstgroup.com/greater-glasgow/news-and-service-updates/planned-changes/23-october-service-changes
To Govan Road Entrance
Follow the link above to access our dedicated walking and cycling pages
Rail Operator - Scotrail
Subway Operator - SPT
Other - Clyde ferry