Travelling to campus guidance
Information for staff and students about the safest ways to travel to the campus
When you are able to return to campus, the Scottish Government has advised that people should walk or cycle to your place of work or study where possible.
Cycling to campus
If you require access to cycle stores this should be requested in the normal way through the Estates helpdesk. There are limited spaces in the caged cycle stores but a range of open hoops for use across the campus.
However, access to shower facilities is unlikely to be available until Phase 3 of the Scottish Government recovery plan is in place and possibly not until the start of the new academic year.
Driving to campus
We recognise that many of our staff live quite far away or are unable to cycle or walk, and therefore the Government advocates the use of personal cars at this time.
If you wish to travel to the city campus by car you must hold a University of Dundee permit to park on the city campus. These are issued on a first come, first served, basis. Permits can be applied for online via the staff pages for access to standard and disabled spaces.
More information for existing permit holders who have continued to pay throughout the lockdown will be available shortly.
Provision for disabled parking across the campus for Blue Badge and Green Badge holders remains in place.
Car parking permits at Ninewells hospital are currently suspended by the NHS but will be reintroduced. Please ensure that you check for any changes to arrangements by NHS Tayside.
Travelling by public transport
When using public transport, staff and students should follow the Government guidance and advice and is required to wear a face covering at all times.
There will be additional signage on all buses and you should check your journey before you begin as all public transport services are likely to be operating a reduced service.
Travel for other work activities
At this time, all travel for work activities that is not related to your commute is prohibited and will not be covered by our insurance policies.
Further guidance will be issued in due course, reflecting evolving Government guidance. This excludes personal travel, but the University is producing management guidance related to staff who choose to travel abroad for personal reasons and then find themselves in the 14-day Government imposed quarantine restrictions.