Roadworks can cause delays for patients, visitors and staff travelling to our sites. Information will be posted here for major planned roadworks we have been made aware of.
The websites below also provide more information on roadworks that may have an impact on your journey NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde are not responsible for the content of external sites.
- Amey – (South Trunk Road Network – South West Unit), including M8 motorway
- Scottish Roadworks online – Planning, co-ordination and quality of road works in Scotland
- Tell Me Scotland – Information for planned roadworks for all local authorities in the Greater Glasgow and Clyde area
- Traffic Scotland – up to date information on traffic for the trunk road network for Scotland.
Current and forthcoming roadworks
M8 – Kingston Bridge works
Overnight roadworks/road closures continue to take place in the Kingston Bridge area of the M8 motorway and are expected to do so for some time still. More information on this is available here
Brockburn Road – 27th June 2022
Scottish Water will be carrying out work on Brockburn Road in Pollok from 27th June 2022 for a period of 3 months. This will result in local road closures and diversions. More information is available from Scottish Water.
Summer 2022 events
Coldplay are playing Hampden Park on 23rd & 24th August. More information is available from Glasgow City Council.
Public Transport Information
Public transport operators are continuing to operate reduced services on a number of routes. For up to date information on public transport, please visit Traveline Scotland
RMT Industrial Action
Due to planned industrial action by the RMT, ScotRail services will be severely disrupted on 18th and 20th August. For more information, please visit ScotRail.
Timetable changes from 29th August 2022
First Glasgow and McGill’s will be making changes to a number of their services from 29th August, including the introduction of a direct service from Royal Alexandra Hospital – QEUH by McGill’s. For more information on this service, please visit McGill’s. Information on First Glasgow is available here. Information and journey planning on all public transport services is available from Traveline Scotland.