Technology and Innovation Centre (TIC)
University of Strathclyde

99 George St
G1 1RD

The TIC is a contemporary building and ideally located in the centre of the city, close to rail and bus routes. 

Bike: Secure bike racks are available around the perimeter of the building. 

Bus: Buchanan Bus Station is 0.6 miles away, with frequent services to Glasgow International Airport. A direct bus connection to Glasgow International Airport is also available from North Hanover St, outside Queen St Station, every 15 mins. This is about an 8 minute walk away and the single fare is approx. £10.00. Depending on traffic, the journey time is around 20-30 minutes.


  • Discounted parking is available nearby – the 24hr Duke Street Car Park, G4 0UW (0.3 miles) currently offers an all day special rate at £6.00, or you can validate your ticket at TIC Reception for the capped rate of £6.00 per day. 
  • Download the ParkPass app for discounted parking at 24hr NCP Montrose Street, G1 1RS (0.2 miles). Register with the code L6PN4FX. Scan the QR code with the app on entry to the car park rather than taking a ticket to receive your discount - visit NCP George Street for prices via the ParkPass app. 
  • Discounted parking is available at Q-Park Candleriggs, G1 1LH (0.4 miles), if pre-booked online. Please enter code TICUOS20 to receive a 20% discount at point of booking. The car park is open 07:00-00:00, Monday to Sunday.
  • The most suitable car park for those with accessibility needs is 24hr Duke Street Car Park. 
  • Electric vehicle charging points are available at 24hr Duke Street Car Park and Q-Park Candleriggs 
  • Blue badge holders may park free of charge at on-street parking meters and on-street pay and display areas – please visit Glasgow City Council’s website for more information. 
  • Above prices correct at June 2023 
  • From 1 June 2023, a Low Emission Zone (LEZ) came into force in Glasgow. All vehicles entering the city centre zone area must meet the less-polluting emission standards or face a penalty charge. There are some exemptions. Please visit Glasgow City Council’s webpage for full details. 
Rail: The closest railway stations are Queen Street (0.4 miles) and Glasgow Central (0.9 miles).

The venue strives to address as many of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals with the aim of being fully achieved by 2030. The 17 goals were created to channel global issues and provide a “shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future".

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