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Information and guidance for public, NHSGGC staff, and community-based services.  Hospital visiting restrictions now in place.

Getting to West Glasgow ACH

Public Transport

West Glasgow ACH is served by public transport covering bus, rail and Subway travel to adjacent major arterial routes accessing Glasgow West End and Glasgow City Centre. Public transport provides connections from nearby Dumbarton Road and Argyle Street and allows interchange with the Subway at Kelvin Hall, Partick Interchange or in Glasgow City Centre for onward connectivity.

Exhibition Centre and Partick rail stations are located approximately 1 mile from the Hospital entrance. Both stations are operated by ScotRail. 

Information on all public transport options, including journey planning, is available from Traveline Scotland.


Cycling is a great way to travel to the Hospital, if able, especially for visitors and staff.  There are shared access routes to the hospital campus with public bike hire station facilities available at Partick Interchange, Riverside Transport Museum and Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Designated cycle parking is located on the campus.  Please click here to access a map showing cycle routes to West Glasgow ACH or visit Cycle Streets to get the route that suits you.


There is a good network of pedestrian and cycling facilities connecting West Glasgow ACH to neighbouring communities, Glasgow West End and Glasgow City Centre.  Please visit Walk It to plan your route.

Car Parking

There are drop off and pick up bays in the Hospital grounds for main department entrances. Patient and visitor parking is available, but at times the car parks and surrounding areas can be busy, so please consider other travel options such as the bus, train or Subway, if they are a suitable alternative. A number of disabled parking bays are available on site. Car parking is free but there is a 4 hour maximum stay. Car Park attendants are available to provide advice if required.

Traffic Scotland can help you make alternative plans. 

Last Updated: 07 February 2019