The easiest way to find your destination is to remember both the address and the building number of where you need to be. You can find this information on the map below.
TU Delft Campus has an extensive network of cycle paths and several bicycle parking areas. Bicycle repair points can also be found across the campus to enable you to do minor repairs yourself.
There are several buses running from Delft railway station to TU Delft campus. There are bus stops all over the campus. For specific information about your location, search for your destination in the interactive map above and then consult the travel planner.
TU Delft Campus is easy to reach by car via the A13 motorway: take exit 10 Delft Zuid/TU-wijk. Search beforehand for the building you are visiting and for that building’s specific parking information.
Car parking on campus
There are six central TU Delft parking locations along the campus ring road. Parking on campus is free. Please bear in mind that parking on campus is in high demand. It may therefore be difficult to quickly find a parking space. You are therefore advised to travel to the campus by bicycle or public transport if possible.
Attention: It is expected that the six parking locations will be regulated with parking barriers in the end of Q1/beginning of Q2 2023. Click here to get a preview of what the parking policy will mean for you.
From your parking location, you will easily be able to reach your destination on foot or by (shared) bicycle.
You will find six larger car parks on campus. Click on the addresses of the parking locations below to plan your route.
Public parking spaces
As of February 1 2023, the Municipality of Delft will introduce paid parking for the public parking spaces on the campus. This means that as a TU Delft employee and student, you can only park for free at the six TU Delft locations (Accessibility TU Delft). The public parking spaces are on Jaffalaan, Christiaan Huygensweg and around Korvezeestraat. These parking spaces are mainly for residents of the campus and their visitors. They can apply for a parking permit for this from the municipality.
Electric and hydrogen cars
Electric charging points are available for employees and students. Electric vehicles and hydrogen vehicles can park everywhere on campus with the exception, due to fire regulations, of the parking garage of P2: Sports.