Parking policy

As part of our vision on mobility and accessibility on the campus, TU Delft is working towards parking regulations. These regulations will apply to a large part of the campus: the parking location at the Faculty of Architecture and the area between Jaffalaan / Rotterdamseweg / Heertjeslaan / Huismansingel / Schoemakerstraat. The new parking policy is expected to be implemented on campus in Q4 2022.

The principles:

  1. We are moving from many separate parking spaces spread across the campus to six easily accessible parking locations which are situated at the edges of the campus.
  2. From the campus ring, car users will be guided quickly to a space with the help of a dynamic signage system.
  3. The number of occupied spaces will be monitored using a digital access control system, this way car users will always know where spaces are available.
  4. Barriers will be placed at the entrances to the parking areas. You can read more about this below.
  5. All the parking areas are located within walking distance of the building where you need to be.

Below you can see what the parking policy means for each (target)group of the TU Delft Campus. At the bottom of each group, you can find the Frequently Asked Questions.

Different target groups of the parking policy:

What will be changing for you?

From Monday to Friday, between 8 AM and 6 PM, you may park free of charge for a maximum of 48 hours consecutively in the P1 to P6 parking areas. If you would like to park for longer than this, then you will be charged €2 per hour, to a maximum of €10 per day.

How will you be able to drive in and out?

There are two ways of entering and exiting at the barrier.

  1. Hold your TU Delft Campus card up to the barrier pass reader;
  2. Have your car number plate linked to your campus card. This will enable you to enter and exit the parking areas. Use a self-service portal to register your car number plate. Once the portal is active, you will find the registration link for the self-service portal here.

FAQs for students and members of staff:

What will be changing for you?

From Monday to Friday, between 8 AM and 6 PM, employees of companies located on the campus may park free of charge for a maximum of 48 hours consecutively in the P1 to P6 parking areas.

How will you be able to drive in and out?

The situation for each group will be different.

FAQs for tenants and companies on the campus:

FAQs for employees of companies on the campus:

What will be changing for you?

Suppliers or service providers with contracts of at least six months’ duration are eligible for parking spaces that their employees may use to park their vehicles free of charge. Suppliers or service providers with contracts of less than six months’ duration may park on the campus at the P1 to P6 parking areas under the same conditions as visitors (see ‘Are you a visitor to the TU Delft Campus?’).

How will you be able to drive in and out?

There are three categories:

What will be changing for you?

Residents and their visitors generally use the public parking spaces on the campus. These are located outside the aforementioned parking areas at the edge of the campus. Residents can apply to ParkerenDelft (not possible yet) for a permit for public parking spaces.

How will you be able to drive in and out?

There are three categories of resident and visitor:

FAQs for campus residents:

What will be changing for you?

Visitors to the campus may use the TU Delft Campus parking facilities from Monday to Friday between 8 AM and 6 PM for a fee.

The access control system (barriers) will continue to operate outside these times, but parking is free for everyone (for now).

How will you be able to drive in and out?

  • Visitors pay by the hour. The rate is €2 per hour, up to a maximum of €10 per day. It should also be noted that anyone leaving within 30 minutes of their arrival is able to exit the car park free of charge.
  • In some cases, TU Delft organisational units, companies, and tenants may be eligible for an exit ticket that will allow visitors to park free of charge, or at a discount. If you would like to find out more about discount tickets, please see the FAQs below.

More information

If you would like more information about the new parking regulations, see the FAQs below. If you have not found the answer to your question, please email it to mobility@tudelft.nl

General FAQs about parking regulations

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