By train, bus, car, bicycle, boat - or even seaplane. There
are various options to transport yourself over to Creative
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The nearest railway stations to Creative Clyde are
the Exhibition Centre at the SECC and Partick interchange
close to the Riverside Museum, which are serviced by a
suburban railway service from Glasgow's Central Station.
Queen Street station is just beyond that. Between them, the two
stations offer excellent access to a huge range of destinations
including London and four trains per hour on weekdays to Edinburgh,
as well as links north to Stirling, Perth, Dundee, Aberdeen and
What's more, these two main line stations sit at the heart of
Glasgow's suburban rail network, which is the largest of its type
in the UK, outside of London.
For more information visit Scotrail.
Glasgow's underground subway system is affectionately known
as the 'Clockwork Orange'. Yes, it might simply go round and round
in a big circle, but it does make getting from A to B easy and
quick - a complete circle of the 15 subway stations takes about 15
minutes. The nearest subway stations to Creative Clyde are:
Cessnock, Kinning Park, Ibrox, Govan and Partick.
For more information visit Strathclyde Passenger Transport.
There are regular buses running throughout the day from the city
centre and surrounding areas that service the SECC, Pacific Quay
and Govan areas.
The new Fastlink system will
provide an improved transport system along the Clyde, linking SECC,
Pacific Quay and the New South Glasgow Hospital with the city
For more information visit www.spt.co.uk
Love it or hate it, the M8 motorway is very much part of Glasgow's
landscape. The M8 and M74 have junctions near Creative
Clyde, which links the area to the rest of Scotland and beyond.
From the city centre, the M80 motorway offers rapid easy access
north while the M74 which has recently been extended is the
major route linking Glasgow to the south. Glasgow
International airport is a 20 minute drive and Edinburgh
International is less than an hour away.
Most of the large employers in the Creative Clyde area provide
some parking spaces for their staff and there are large, good value
car parks beside the Glasgow Science Centre and SECC.
If you're looking for a more energetic means of getting to and
from Creative Clyde then you'll find good quality public foot paths
and cycle routes from the city centre on both sides of the
This summer there are two different ferry operators Clyde Link and
Clyde Clippers who each run 4 return trips daily from Braehead
(first 10:15) via Yorkhill Quay and Pacific Quay to the Broomielaw
in the city centre (last 16:00). Commuters, shoppers, tourists and
locals all use these ferries as an easy and fun way to travel up
and down the river.
For more information visit Clyde Link and Clyde Clippers.
Glasgow International Airport is the closest airport to Creative
Clyde and it's only minutes away. A shuttle bus runs to
and from Glasgow City Centre several times a day.
For more information visit Glasgow
Why not turn the Clyde into your personal runway? And we're not
The Loch Lomond Seaplane runs chartered flights to and from the
Clyde to Loch Lomond, the Western Isles and beyond. The plane is
also available for private hire.
For more information visit Loch