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Changes in the Otaniemi campus area

Due to construction work on the building Väre, Otaniementie closes to traffic between Vuorimiehentie and Tietotie. Bus services on alternate routes.

The new building site, located in the middle of Otaniemi, will cause changes to traffic. Cars, buses, cyclists and pedestrians are diverted to alternate routes between Vuorimiehentie and Tietotie as of Friday 18 December 2015.

Cars and buses arriving to the area from the east will turn from Otaniementie to Vuorimiehentie, arriving from the west to Tietotie or Konemiehentie.

Construction sites and alternate routes for bicycles and pedestrians as of 18 DecemberI

 

Information on construction work and traffic arrangements (aaltocre.fi)
Information on bus services (hsl.fi).
Information can be found also at the bus stops.
Campus of the future being built in Otaniemi
 

 

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