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Of most interest are likely the maps of the area, the journey to the university and the map to the location Westerberg where the institut is resident. The Institut of Environmental Systems Research has the Number 66 in the building system of the university of Osnabrück.
Osnabrück is a cross station of the train lines Ruhrarea to Bremen/Hamburg and Amsterdam to Hannover/Berlin. Additional to this there exists a regional train system to Oldenburg/Wilhemshaven. A timetable is available here.
Of the central station leave the bus lanes 31 (Heger Friedhof), 33 (Piesberger Straße), 61/62 (Dodesheide), 81/82 (Pye) as well as 91 (Hellern) and 92 (Hörne) to Neumarkt. From there the lines 11/12 (Eversburg-Büren), 13 (Attersee). The line 21 direction "Atterfeld" directly connects the central train station and the university at the Westerberg (depart the bus at "Universität Westerberg", time table ). The travel with the bus system will take approximately 25 to 30 minutes.
Central crosspoint of the buslines is the Neumarkt. From the bus stage A2 the lanes 11/12 (Eversburg-Büren), 13 (Attersee) and 21 (Atterfeld) direction university (Westerberg) / USF are leaving. For further information and timetable visit the offical timetable..Exit the bus at the station "Sedanplatz". From there cross the street "Natruper Straße" and turn right and follow the "Sedanstraße" crossing the "Albrechtstraße". At the first intercross turn left following the "Barbarastraße" until the end of this street. The building (number 66) of the Institut of Environmental Systems Research lies on the right side.
The arrival to Osnabrück is possible usign the highways A1 (Ruhrarea - Hamburg/Bremen), the A30 (Amsterdam -Hannover) and A33 (Bielefeld/Paderborn). Use the exits "Osnabrück Hafen" from the A1 or "Osnabrück Hellern" from the A30.
Through the airport "Münster/Osnabrück" there is a connection to international air traffic. There is a express bus lane from the airport available X150 to the Neumarkt. From there continue using the bus lanes a described above.
last modified: June 2012