The basic assumption of the parking policy is that all employees and visitors to the Campus should be able to park safely and within walking distance of their building.
Parking is only permitted in the parking garages. Limited parking spaces for loading and unloading of goods and passengers are located at the buildings.
In the parking garages:
There are more than 50 charging points / charging poles at the Campus. They are placed in parking garages: P0, P2, P3 West, P3 East, P4 West, P4 East, P5, P6, P8 and near 'De Boerderij' (HTC 61). Click here for more information about smart charging. Payment is possible with the loading pass, delivered with your car. Also for electric bicycles the Campus offers facilities. You can find charging points in every bicycle shed in the garages. For (motor) scooters the charging point is the same as for bicycles. Furthermore, every bicycle storage facility has a bicycle pump.
At High Tech Campus Eindhoven the most common way for people to get around is by bicycle or on foot. Cars can be parked in one of the 7 multi-storey car parks which are within easy reach of the Campus ring road. There is one multi-storey car park per office cluster where the employees and visitors can park their cars free of charge.
In addition to the multi-storey car parks, High Tech Campus Eindhoven also has parking spaces on the site itself. These parking spaces lie within the fine network of streets that form the road infrastructure inside the Campus ring road. This network of roads has been designated a low-traffic zone. Cars must obtain permission to drive and/or park in this zone. This also applies for disabled people who wish to park their cars here.
When is a resident entitled to a disabled parking space near their office building?
A resident is eligible for a disabled parking space if he or she has a declaration from the company doctor. A resident may apply for a disabled parking space for a fixed short period or for an extended period. The company doctor will advise on this.
What action does a resident need to take in order to be allocated a disabled parking space?
The resident's manager must send the request for a disabled parking space plus a declaration from the company doctor to Security (Rene Post, firstname.lastname@example.org) This request must state clearly outside which Campus building the disabled parking space is required.
The request is then checked by Security. If it is approved by Security, they will:
The maximum parking stay is limited to 24 hours. If there is need for long term parking, please contact Security (040-230 5441). After agreement you must send an email with the following content:
A parking permit is required to use the limited parking spaces at the buildings. Permits are obtainable from the CSM Security Manager
The cost of the amendments will be borne by the applicant (organisation). If the disabled parking space is only being allocated for a short (fixed) period of time, Site Management will not install a vehicle registration plate to mark the disabled parking space. In this case the resident in question will make use of the disabled parking spaces available for general use outside the buildings.
If you have no car at your disposal and your destination cannot be reached by public transport, you (your company) may want to reserve a rental car. Hertz rental cars can be found on Campus next to parking P1. The Hertz employees can assist you with picking up and returning your car. A deposit box is installed for car returns in the weekend.
Hertz Rent A Car Eindhoven
High Tech Campus, P1, next to Building Mu (HTC 10)
T: +31 (0)40 251 3944
Hours of operation:
Monday-Friday 08.00-18.00 hrs
Saturday 09.00-13.00 hrs