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Dedicated travel information to SGUH

STAFF and patient transport and parking remains high on the agenda as the migration to the new South Glasgow hospitals gets under way. 

To assist staff to plan their journey to the new South Glasgow hospitals campus, a new dedicated section is now available on the Traveline Scotland website – www.travelinescotland.com

Staff will be able to plan their journeys using the website, a dedicated free Traveline Scotland app, or the 24/7 call centre, tel: 0871 200 22 33.

New public transport services to the hospitals are also being updated as services increase.

First Glasgow has announced a new direct link to the hospitals from the city centre. The 77 service timetable has been designed to reflect hospital visiting times and shift patterns.

Operating seven days a week, buses will run from the city centre at 5.20am on weekdays and from 5.50am at the weekends, with buses returning from the hospitals up until 10.48pm daily.

McGill’s F1 SouthernFlyer will operate from the city centre to the hospitals seven days a week and run every 10 minutes from 5.40am until midnight.

The X1 is a new service from Stagecoach, connecting the new hospitals to the city centre via Govan and Pacific Quay. It will run up to every 10 minutes from early morning to late at night, seven days a week. Further information can be found on the StaffNet site under the On The Move – Travel and Transport section.

The following companies have also intimated new or enhanced routes as follows:

• First Glasgow – Service 90 and Services 3 & 34.

• McGill’s – Services 7, 21, 23 & 26.

• The shuttle service will run between the Victoria Infirmary to the new hospitals Monday to Friday.

The times of all existing shuttle bus services are currently available on StaffNet.