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Venue & Times

Procurex Scotland 2019 – featuring Scottish Government 15th National Procurement Conference – will take place at SEC Glasgow on 29 October.

Opening times: 0830-1600

Venue Address: Hall 5, Exhibition Way, Glasgow G3 8YW

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By Train

The SEC has its own dedicated railway station – Exhibition Centre – allowing easy access from the city centre and suburbs. There are six trains an hour (around every 10 minutes) from Glasgow Central station, departing from Platform 17 (low level).

Strathclyde Passenger Transport operates the Glasgow Subway providing quick and convenient connections from 15 points across the city (the St. Enoch stop is a few minutes’ walk from Central Station for onward transfer to the campus).

By Road

Leave the M8 at junction 19 and join the westbound Clydeside Expressway (A814). Westbound on the Expressway (A814) take the cut off for the campus. Turn left at traffic lights and take the right lane to access multi-storey parking. View a map and directions.

Scotland has an extensive motorway network. Glasgow is linked to Edinburgh by the M8 and England via the M74. The M80 connects Stirling to Glasgow, while the M77 connects us to the west coast of Scotland.

Traffic Scotland provides up to date traffic and roadworks information.

Our postcode for your satnav is G3 8YW.

By Bus and Coach

Coach operators run services to Glasgow’s Buchanan Bus Station from throughout the UK.

Visit Traveline Scotland for details

The Riversider 100 service operates from George Square in Glasgow city centre directly to the SEC. The timetable for this service is available here.

The X19 Stagecoach service operates near to the Scottish Event Campus, stopping on Finnieston Street only a few minutes’ walk from the venues. X19 Stagecoach timetable

By Foot / By Bike

Glasgow is a very walkable and easy to navigate city.

The Clyde Walkway runs right past the SEC, providing an invigorating start to day time events, or a scenic stroll to night-time happenings.

There are two foot bridges, which cross the Clydeside Express Way (dual carriageway connecting the west end to Glasgow city centre) at both the front and rear of the campus.

Three pedestrian bridges traverse the River Clyde near the SEC. Bells Bridge and the Millenium Bridge connect the campus to the Science Centre and BBC while, a little further east, the Clyde Arc (affectionately known as the ‘Squinty Bridge’) carries both vehicles and pedestrians.

Glasgow is linked to the National Cycle Network and has designated cycle lanes on many roads.

The SEC is accessible via many cycle lanes and paths including one particularly picturesque route that runs alongside the River Clyde.

For further details visit the Sustrans website.

A covered cycle rack is located in the Scottish Event Campus between the SEC Centre and the

By Taxi

There are several taxi ranks throughout the city including at Buchanan Bus Station, Queen Street and Central stations and most large hotels.

The distinctive black cabs can accommodate five or six people. If their yellow light is on you can flag them down on the street. Alternatively, you can call +44 (0) 141 429 70 70 or visit the Glasgow Taxis website to book. Our address for the online taxi booking form is SEC, Glasgow, G3 8YW.

An average journey from the city centre will cost around £7. All Glasgow Taxi drivers are enhanced disclosure checked.

By Air

Glasgow Airport (GLA) serves most major international airlines. It’s located 8 miles (13km) west of the city.

www.glasgowairport.com

Prestwick Airport (PIK) is 32 miles (51km) southwest of the city. It’s a main base for Ryanair and serves European destinations.

www.glasgowprestwick.com

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