Whether you're a staff member or attend
regular appointments, we offer a direct
service from Drumchapel

Do You Travel To
Queen Elizabeth University Hospital?

When the NHS in Glasgow decided to merge, Accident & Emergency, Children Inpatient and Maternity Services to one site in Govan, it greatly increased the 'Travel To Hospital' distance for the people of Drumchapel.

How Can We Help?

Our aim is to make it easier for residents of Drumchapel to get to and from Queen Elizabeth University Hospital. On the journey to bringing this fully to fruition, G15 Buses will be in a position to assist others, who work, visit or attend the hospital who are also having difficulty travelling to and from the hospitals.

Introducing the G15 Buses Travel Club

G15 Buses have decided that a community based travel is the best starting point. Full membership is open to everyone who lives or works in Drumchapel. Associate memberships are also availbale for those working in the QEUH who live in Clydebank or Scotsoun.

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How Do I Join The Travel Club?

All members are required to deposit a minimum of £15 as a membership fee. Holders of valid National Concsessionary Cards will be able to travel for free, subject to the normal conditions of use.

How Do I Book?

Members will be given full details on how to book journeys. This is a Demand Responsive Services and journeys need to be booked at least, on the day before travel.

If you find yourself needing to travel at very short notice, we will try to accommodate members on a case by case basis.

Each single journey will cost £2 with a maximum daily of £5.
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