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Travelling to campus

Travelling to & from campus

Staff and students should exercise caution and take reasonable steps to protect themselves and others while travelling to and from the campus.

Active travel (walking/cycling)

Active travel – walking, cycling – is encouraged and Glasgow City Council is augmenting many streets in and around the campus to make it easier for pedestrians through the Spaces for People initiative.

New 'spaces for people' on Montrose Street

Cycle to work scheme

Find out about Strathclyde's Cycle to Work scheme.

Information on cycling facilities can be found on the Sustainable Strathclyde website. We also have information on the location of shower facilities.

All cycle parking hubs and racks will be operating a 'one in one out' policy.

nextbike membership

The University has 50 free next bike memberships available – contact Neil McBeth ( for more information.

All University staff have access to 50% off a nextbike membership. To get your discounted membership, go to the nextbike website and complete the following steps: 

  • register with your University email address and select your University from the 'Partner' dropdown
  • select the 'Annual Subscription (£60)' option - don't worry the discount will be applied when you continue
  • continue and click the link in the activation email to verify your account
  • login using the details provided and enter payment details to settle your account and activate

Campus footpaths

Campus footpaths have been signed ‘keep left’ . Pinch points have been modified where appropriate.

Social distancing markings on Strathclyde campus

Recommended routes on campus

Our campus has a comprehensive security infrastructure and is monitored by 300 CCTV cameras, with our 24/7 team conducting proactive security patrols.

These recommended routes on campus have good existing street lighting and visibility, and they are well covered by our CCTV system. Avoid poorly-lit shortcuts, especially at night.

Public transport

Face coverings are currently mandatory on public transport apart from for people with exemptions.

For advice on how to stay safe on public transport please refer to the Transport Scotland Guidance Safer Travel Guidance for Passengers.