Academic Urology Unit
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Travel by car
The main traffic routes into Aberdeen are the A90 from the South and the A96 from the North. The A90 is entirely dual carriageway South of Aberdeen; the A96 has stretches of dual carriageway. Like many major cities, Aberdeen is becoming conjested with traffic and rush hour is best avoided if possible. Parking at the Foresterhill site is tight during normal working hours. Parking on campus is restricted but visitors can get a permit by contacting AUU in advance, please email Janice Forsyth - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Travel by Air
Aberdeein Airport is the third largest airport in Scotland, and one of the UK's top 10 by number of flight movements. The airport is located in Dyce, approximately 5 miles (9 km) Northwest of Aberdeen City Centre. The airport is served by the following carriers - Aberdeen Charter, Air France, bmi, British Airways, Eastern Airways, easyJet, Flybe, KLM, Loganair, Ryanair, SAS, Thomas Cook, Thomson Airways, Wideroe. Aberdeen Airport is well served by local and express bus services operated by First Aberdeen and Stagecoach Bluebird. Chartered buses can also be booked with local operators. The easiest way to reach AUU from the airport is by taxi and should take approximately 15-30 minutes depending on traffic.
Travel by Train
There are rail services which connect Aberdeen to both North and South. There is a taxi stance immediately outside of the station building, and the regional and national bus station is directly across from the car park. The easiest and quickest way to reach AUU from the train station is by taxi and should take approximately 10-15 minutes depending on traffic.