Local one-way traffic from Monday 16 May onwards
Vanaf maandag 16 mei 2022 tot aan het bouwverlof in juli geldt er op de ring van campus Gasthuisberg plaatselijk eenrichtingsverkeer voor het gemotoriseerd verkeer. All destinations on the campus, including the emergency room, remain accessible.
For traffic coming from the E314 exit Gasthuisberg (nr. 16) there is a diversion to reach the emergency room, access East and parking East. Follow the signs of the diversion from the roundabout via the northern ring.
Dropping off and picking up patients at access East (toegang Oost) (K+R)
It is still possible to drop off and pick up patients at access East (toegang Oost) (K+R right before the entrance). Then follow the diversion to leave or to go back to park your car at parking East (Oost). Follow the signs.
Bus traffic: limited impact
The roadworks will have limited impact on the bus traffic.
- Buses coming from Leuven will continue to stop at the bus stop Gasthuisberg Kliniek (at access East (Oost)). The route the buses have to take from the Gasthuisberg campus to Leuven station will become somewhat longer because of the diversion. They also stop at the Gasthuisberg Campus bus stop. Make sure you take the extra travel time into account.
- Bus lines coming from Tervuren-Kraainem, Overijse-Hoeilaart en Brussel-Noord (410, 395, 595, 317) will no longer stop at the Gasthuisberg Kliniek bus stop at the entrance hall, but do stop at the Campus stop.
- Bus lines going towards Tervuren-Kraainem, Overijse-Hoeilaart and Brussel-Noord (410, 395, 595, 317) continue to stop at the Gasthuisberg Kliniek bus stop and continue their usual route via Berg Taborweg.
One-way traffic Tervuursesteenweg between Tervuursepoort and crossroads Berg Taborweg - Celestijnenlaan
Until the summer of 2022 there is one-way traffic on Tervuursesteenweg between Tervuursepoort and the crossroads Berg Taborweg - Celestijnenlaan. Out of town there are diversions for cars, speedpedelecs and motor bikes. Cyclists can continue to go in both directions.
There are no diversions at this time.
There are no roadworks in the area of the Sint-Rafaël campus. The campus is accessible as normal.