The conference will take place at the Heyendaal campus of Radboud University Nijmegen, which is easily accessible by car, train and bus from all parts of the country. The address of the main conference venue is Erasmusplein 1, 6525 HT Nijmegen.
Trains and buses
Trains stop at Nijmegen Central Station and Nijmegen Heyendaal Station. During week day rush hours bus line 10 (the Heyendaal Shuttle) runs every five minutes directly from the central station to campus. Bus lines 11 (dir. Beuningen), 12 (dir. Druten), 13 (dir. Wijchen), 14 (dir. Brakkenstein) and 300 (dir. Heyendaal) also stop on campus. The bus stop closest to the conference location is called “Erasmusgebouw”. Please note that lines 10 and 300 make a loop; for your return trip you enter the bus at the same side of the road as where you exited. This is not the case for the other lines.
You can plan your public transport trip to Nijmegen and Radboud University (use Erasmusplein 1 as the address) through http://9292.nl/en.
To get to Nijmegen by air, there are several airports in the neighbourhood, so check which one is most convenient for you.
All car parks on the campus are equipped with boom barriers and pay-point terminals. Regular parking costs €2 per hour up to a maximum of €10 per day. Within a period of half an hour, one can arrive at and leave a car park without having to pay, for example to deliver goods or to drop off a fellow carpool use
From July 7, 2014, the parking garage Grotius (P6) will be open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Disabled parking is possible at the designated parking lots at Radboud University´s campus. Disabled can also park in the parking garage Grotius, preferably at level -2 because that´s where the direct access to the elevator is.
From August 1, 2014, the Comeniuslaan and Montessorilaan are one-way streets again. Employees, students and visitors can drive to the parking garage below the Grotius building and they can leave via the Montessorilaan. This route is also used to park behind and below the Spinozagebouw and Thomas van Aquinostraat 5.
Tickets can be paid for with creditcard, chipknip and pin.
Car and bike parking (Dutch only)