Campus mobility campaign launched in the Arnhem and Nijmegen region


Some one hundred thousand students and employees travel daily to the various campuses in Velp, Arnhem and Nijmegen. It is important to keep these campuses accessible, preferably in a pleasant and sustainable way. The new mobility campaign Hoe reis jij naar de campus was launched on 10 October 2022 with a promotional campaign in Velp and at the other participant campuses. The campaign is a joint initiative by educational institutions within the region and by the municipalities of Arnhem and Nijmegen.


Greater travel comfort and less congested rush hour traffic

We are convinced that travel to campus can be even smarter, cleaner and more sustainable if more people make conscious choices a little more often. Therefore, the goal of the campaign is to inspire and encourage people to discover a different mode of travel that is more sustainable and that also brings a smile to your face. If more people make smart choices about their travel, congested rush hour traffic can be reduced and travel comfort increased.

Testimonials and travel options

In this campaign, campus travellers in Arnhem and Nijmegen talk about their journeys. They share their experiences, and talk about what the added value has been for them. On the website, you will find travel options along with tips, practical info, apps, actions and initiatives that will help you make smart choices.


How do you travel to campus yourself? And what do you get out of your travel time? Perhaps it could be even smarter, more enjoyable, cheaper, more efficient or sustainable... Take part next week (October 17 to 23) - along with lots of other campus travellers - join the challenge: try a different way of traveling and share your experience! You also have a chance to win a great prize.

Partners in the region

Our partners in this mobility campaign include the municipalities of Nijmegen and Arnhem, Radboud university medical center, Radboud University, HAN University of Applied Sciences, Rijn IJssel, ROC Nijmegen, Yuverta and a mobility broker. They are already collaborating on the Slim en Schoon Onderweg project.