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Shuttle bus continues to operate between Töölö and Otaniemi campuses on 4 September

The Aalto University shuttle bus operates twice an hour.

The shuttle bus service departs from the School of Business's main building in Töölö twice an hour i.e. on the hour and half past the hour between 8.30 and 16.00. The bus leaves from the Arkadiankatu bus stop in Töölö (the Hop-on Hop-off stop). The minibus travels to the front of Otakaari 1, the Undergraduate Centre. When necessary, the bus stops in front of Dipoli in Otaniemi (letter A in the picture below).

The bus departs from Otaniemi for Töölö twice an hour on the hour and a half past the hour between 9.00 and 16.30. When necessary, the minibus stops at the AYY parking lot (letter B in the picture).

As the employer pays for these work-related trips, passengers will not be separately charged for their journey and no travel claims need to be filled out. It is to be noted that the bus is not intended for commuting from home to work or vice versa due to tax reasons. Stopping in Ruoholahti is not possible due to also this reason.

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