Bus Transfer from Hoogeveen railway station to ASTRON

There is a bus transfer between the train station of Hoogeveen and ASTRON Dwingeloo for employees and visitors. As of August 29th, 2022, the bus will only be available if there are bookings. Bookings can be made at reception@astron.nl. Please indicate from which direction you arrive (Groningen or Zwolle) and if you have a ticket. Tickets for the bus can be purchased at the reception desk of ASTRON and will cost 5 euros each (payment preferably by card). The ticket is valid for a one way trip and needs to be handed to the driver. In case you don't have a ticket you can buy it on arrival.

The bus will be available from Monday till Thursday at 9:20 in the morning from the Hoogeveen train station and at 17:10 from ASTRON (Oude Hoogeveensedijk 4, Dwingeloo) to Hoogeveen railway station.

The bus transfer is unavailable:

  • from Friday till Sunday
  • during public holidays
  • in the months July and August

Bookings for the morning transfer should be made the day before at 16:30 ultimately.

If you have any questions please contact the reception.

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