Cardonald College Glasgow is located in the southwest of Glasgow, just five miles from the city centre. It lies between Mosspark Drive and Corkerhill Road, which can both be accessed via Paisley Road West. The M77 and M8 motorways and the Clyde Tunnel are easily accessible from Cardonald College Glasgow, which has a 330 capacity car park.
Corkerhill train station links Glasgow Central Station and Paisley Canal Street to the College and is located less than a five minute walk away.
Travelling to Cardonald College Glasgow
The College has adopted a Green Travel Plan to encourage more environmentally-friendly ways for students and staff to travel to College. We encourage everyone to consider the range of options available, including public transport, cycling, walking and car sharing.
Cardonald College Glasgow is only 8 minutes by rail from Glasgow City Centre on the Paisley Canal line. Alight at Corkerhill Station, from which the College is a 3 minute walk.
Glasgow Central - Corkerhill
Departs Glasgow Central Station at 07 and 37 minutes past the hour. Arrives Corkerhill Station at 15 and 45 minutes past the hour.
Canal Street, Paisley - Corkerhill - Glasgow Central
Departs Paisley Canal Street at 1 and 31 minutes past the hour. Arrives Corkerhill Station at 10 and 40 minutes past the hour. Immediately departs Crokerhill and arrives Glasgow Central 19 and 49 minutes past the hour.
For further information visit http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/
A number of bus companies offer routes to the Cardonald College Glasgow area. For information on times and services visit Traveline or call 0871 200 22 33.
A range of tickets options are available on buses. The best option for you will depend on the distance you travel and how regularly you use the bus. Student discounts are available on the major carriers. For information on tickets and prices contact First Bus Glasgow and Arriva Bus.
Alight at Govan or Cessnock for bus links to Cardonald College Glasgow. The Subway runs from 6.30am to 11.30pm, Monday to Saturday and 10.00am to 6.00pm on Sundays with a service between five and twelve minutes depending on passenger demand.
If you are travelling in the Glasgow area, a ZoneCard is a flexible season ticket for unlimited travel on rail, Subway, most buses and some ferries.
With a ZoneCard you can get up to 50% off travel around the Strathclyde area.
You can purchase a ZoneCard for 1 week to 1 year. The particular ZoneCard you require will depend on the distance and frequency of your journey.
Visit SPT to find out more.
Further information on public transport to the College can be found in the Public Transport Information 2010 brochure.
Cardonald is a member of the cyclescheme cycle to work initiative. The main campus has bicycle stands for secure storage and changing facilities for staff and student use.
There are many cycle routes in the area which avoid busy roads and utilise the nearby Pollok and Bellahouston parks.