With its open, green and park-like grounds, the Campus is a wonderful place to work. But more than that, it shows what we stand for. At the Campus there is a clear focus on sustainability and sustainable enterprise. And we want our residents to be closely involved in this.
At the Campus, we want to continue to develop in an increasingly sustainable way. The reduction of CO2 emissions by Campus residents, for example, is just one of the issues that the Campus is supporting. However, there are two sides to every coin and if you expect your residents to get involved, you have to be prepared to give them an incentive to do so. In addition to the existing government schemes, the Campus has taken a number of measures to help reduce CO2 emissions. These are measures that are easy for our residents to take part in. Please remember that these schemes exist and − better still − make sure you take advantage of them!
Need a taxi from the NS train station? Visit the NS website for more information.
High Tech Campus Eindhoven has its own bus line. Line 407 connects the Campus with the central station / Neckerspoel bus station of Eindhoven.
Click here to see all bus times.
There are more than 20 charging points / charging poles at the Campus. They are placed in parking garages: P0, P2, P3 West, P3 East, P4 West, P4 East, P6 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.
The Campus bicycles are intended for use by everyone on the Campus site. If you need to attend a meeting in a different building (for example on the other side of the Campus site), you can pick up a Campus bicycle from one of the manned reception desks. Afterwards, you must return the Campus bicycle you have borrowed to a manned reception desk in any building at the Campus. Hereby an overview of the buildings where the Campus bicycles can be picked up and returned:
HTC 1B - Conference Center the Strip