Information to help you plan your journey to the Queen Elizabeth Teaching & Learning Centre.
Public transport provides direct access to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospitals and allows interchange with the subway, other bus services and the train at Govan, Partick or in the City Centre. Arrival Square is located in the centre of the Queen Elizabeth University Hospitals site and can be accessed from Govan Road and Hardgate Road.
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Cycling is a great way to travel to the hospitals. There are shared access routes to the Hospitals campus
and cycle hire facilities at Govan Cross, Paisley Road Toll and Partick Interchange. Designated visitor cycle parking and a public bike hire station are located at Arrivals Square. Visit www.cyclestreets.net to get the route that suits you.
The hospitals can be reached on foot from Cardonald train station and Govan Subway station which is 1.3 miles from the Hospital campus. The Hospitals are also accessible by dedicated tunnels for pedestrian and cyclist access to the Clyde Tunnel. Please use the online journey planner to plan your route www.walkit.com
There are drop off and pick up bays at Arrival Square for both cars and taxis. At times the car parks and surrounding roads can be busy and you should consider other travel options such as the bus if it is a suitable alternative. A number of disabled parking bays are available on campus. Car parking is free and attendants are available to provide advice if required. Please note there is a 4 hour maximum stay. Visitors to the Teaching & Learning Centre should note that park and ride facilities are available throughout Glasgow www.spt.co.uk/park-ride
The hospitals are located around 1.2 miles from Cardonald Train Station with regular buses serving the Hospitals. Cardonald Train Station is managed by Scotrail and is on the Inverclyde line linking Wemyss Bay, Gourock and Glasgow Central. To plan your journey online please use www.travelinescotland.com journey planner or visit www.scotrail.co.uk
0871 200 2223
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