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Car park P1 relocated in two phases starting 15 May

09 May 2017

As previously announced, car park P1 (which used to be P5) will shortly be relocated due to the construction work on the Feringa Building. Car park P1 will be taken out of commission in two phases. Starting on Monday 15 May, the northern part of P1 will be taken out of commission and parking spaces will remain available on the south side of P1. This will remain so until early August, when the new car park will be ready. The remaining part of the old P1 will then be taken out of commission and the area prepared for building work.

The exit on the east side will also be closed as of 15 May. The current P1 entrance will then also function as an exit for the car park.

Also read more about the changes to the bicycle routes on the Zernike Campus Groningen.

Relocation of P1
Relocation of P1

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