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Parking CRC

The grounds around CRC and the Wallenberg laboratory must be kept free of vehicles around the clock. Bicycles must be parked in bicycle racks. By car, you may stop briefly to pick up or drop off passengers or goods. In addition to this, we refer cars to parking lots and loading zones.

Parking spaces

In CRC's area there are a total of 16 parking spaces distributed in eight spaces outside the end of building 60, two disabled spaces adjacent to the main entrance and six spaces on the short side of building 28. All parking spaces require a parking permit.

The places are numbered, and are distributed as follows:

1-5: Visitors to the TEDDY reception
6: Visitors to the Clinical Metabolic Laboratory
7-12: CRC Service locations
13-14: Restaurant Mötesplats 72

Parking permit

For parking, a valid parking permit clearly visible in the car's windshield is required at all locations. For the service spaces, a temporary parking permit can be obtained from CRC Reception. The parking permit is limited to space and time, and the necessary parking time and the car's registration number must be stated when collecting the permit. Distribution of parking permits that extend over several days is applied restrictively.

Parking permits for the TEDDY reception's places are sent out together with an invitation to visit.
Parking permits for the Clinical Metabolic Laboratory can be picked up at the reception in connection with the visit
A permit for disabled parking is required for permission to use the disabled spaces.
For all other parking please refer mainly to the SUS parking garage.

Load zones
Outside building 91 and outside the restaurant's goods intake, there are two marked loading zones. These may only be used for loading and unloading goods to CRC.