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digital tectonics

conference > march 02.02: university of bath department of architecture and civil engineering

Getting here

digital tectonics will be held in the University Hall, marked 'J' on the campus map. The Hall is best approached by going down the external stairs off the Parade, opposite the Library, 'A'. There is disabled access by a lift off the Parade level or by a ramp off the Service Road under the Parade.

Maps

Map to get to the campus

Campus map

By Bus

Buses 18 and 418 depart from the city centre Bus Station (opposite Bath Spa Railway Station) approximately every 10 minutes. Return fare is £1.05. Bus stops are shown with red dots on the map. The nearset bus stop to the city centre is just north of Westgate Street (not south as shown on the map). The bus then crosses Pultney Bridge, goes along Great Pultney Street and up Bathwick Hill. See also other new Bus Services for 2001-2002.

By Car

We recommend that for digital tectonics you enter the University by the Quarry Road Entrence and park in Car Park 'H'. The eastern car parks are used for a Saturday 'Park and Ride' and people coming to participate in sports. Please display this notice in your car when you park.

The University campus is situated on Claverton Down, to the east of Bath. The A4 and A36 roads run through the city; the M4 motorway is approximately 10 miles away.

If approaching from the M4, leave the motorway at junction 18 and follow the A46 south 8 miles to the Bath exit from the new dual carriageway. Turning right here brings you on to the A4 westbound to Bath.

After 1.5 miles turn left at the traffic lights (signposted "City Centre A36"); after 700 yards turn left at the roundabout towards Warminster. In approximately 300 yards turn right into North Road (signposted "Claverton Down"). The Quarry Road entrance to the campus is on the left towards the top of the hill (approximately 1 mile); the Norwood Avenue entrance is half a mile further on in Claverton Down Road.

If approaching from the city centre, the A4 or the A36 eastbound follow signs to "Warminster", "Claverton Down", "American Museum" and "Park & Ride (University)".

If approaching from the A36 (northbound) follow signs to " Claverton Down".

Here is a road map of Bath

By Rail

Bath Spa mainline station is on the London Paddington to Bristol line. Half-hourly services run to London, a journey of approximately 90 minutes. Bristol, with connections to the Midlands, the North and the South West is a 15 minute journey. Rail Track Timetable information.

By Coach

National Express services operate from Bath Coach Station to London Victoria and other destinations.

By Taxi

Taxis are usually available from outside the railway station or from 'Orange Grove', which is next to the Abbey. The fare up to the University should be about 4. From the station ask to go via 'Widcombe Hill' otherwise you are likely to be taken through town which may be more expensive.

On foot

The campus is about a mile from the city, mostly uphill.

Accommodation

Youth Hostel

YMCA

Bed and Breakfast

Bath.co.uk