April 20th, 2018
A new group of webpages has been launched on the University of Nottingham’s website to help visitors, staff and students understand all the ways to get between our campuses.
Here at the University, we’ve got a community of around 40,000 people studying and working across our UK campuses.
The new ‘travelling between campuses’ webpages detail a number of different inter-campus transport facilities, designed to help people choose the best option for their journey.
With features such as real-time availability of hire bikes, bus timetables and a new page showing times to walk between some of our key landmarks, the webpages aim to provide an easy-to-use and useful portfolio of information to help people get around.
Find out more at the travelling between campuses webpage.
Our maps and directions pages have also been updated, to improve ease of use and give better information for visitors. You can now use the pages to get directions to specific locations on campuses, choose modes of transport, and get extra info about travel. View the maps and directions page here.
Tags: bus, cycling, Estates, sustainability, travel, Travelling between campuses, walking
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