Public transport to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital campus

The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital campus in Glasgow - home to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital and the Royal Hospital for Sick Children - is now open for patients, staff and visitors.

To search for door-to-door public transport journey options:

  • Use the journey planner which has the Hospitals' location pre-filled as the destination.  Simply enter your starting location to find journeys to the hospitals' dedicated Arrival Square.
  • Download our app which lets you select travel to the hospital campus from a new category of Main Hospital destinations in the journey planner.  Touch 'Travel to Hospitals' from the app's main menu for full details.
  • Speak to a travel adviser in our Scottish call centre on 0871 200 22 33.  Calls cost 12p per minute plus your phone company's access charge.  We're open 24 hours every day. 


SPT multi-operator bus map

An detailed map of all bus routes serving the new hospitals is available in PDF format.

A downloadable version, and more information can be found on the SPT website.


Bus operator timetables and tickets

A number of bus operators run services to and from the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital campus.  Cheaper ways to travel are available through a range of ticket options, designed to suit a variety of customer needs.

Downloadable timetables and details of tickets on offer can be found on operators' websites:

Frequent SPT Subway services call at Govan Subway station, linking with many areas of the city.  SPT and transport operators offer a multi-operator, multi-mode ZoneCard which may be cheaper for passengers who need to travel on more than one operator's services, or simply wish to have the flexibility of using the first bus that comes along.

Find out more information about ZoneCardsTravelcards, and the SPT Subway.


SPT Park and Ride info

For more information about Park-and-Ride options in the Strathclyde area, visit the SPT website.


Hospital information

For more details about the hospitals, visit the NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde website.