By bicycle, by public transportation, by car or carpool: the Biopark campus can be reached in a variety of ways. Find out the main itineraries and travel times, and learn about the infrastructures available.

Access map

Main local itineraries

Charleroi South station
44' | 68 : 32'

50' | 14' | 68 : 9'

Charleroi West station
14' | 41' |  68 : 42'

ULB Charleroi ville-haute
34' | 5' + 68 : 20'

Brussels South Charleroi airport
8' | 2'

ULB Solbosch
ULB shuttle : 1 hours

Calculate your own itinerary

Means of transportation

By bicycle

Want to avoid traffic congestion? Come to ULB by bicycle!

  • Avoiding vehicle traffic: The RAVeL 119 reaches Gosselies. Discover all the bike routes in Wallonia on the RAVeL website.

  • Parking your bicycle: There are bicycle racks throughout the campus, near each building. Find the nearest one using the access map.

  • Keeping your bicycle safe: Use a strong lock to attach your bicycle to a solid support, preferably in a busy area.

By public transportation

The campus can be accessed by TEC bus lines 62 and 68. They stop in front of the campus and allows a commutation with metro at 'Jumet' station. More information on

Discover the stops locations on the access map

By train

The Charleroi-West and Charleroi-South railway stations can be reached by bicycle, or by public transportation. They are serviced by regional and national railway lines.

More information at

By car

The Gosselies  campus is accessible from motorways A15 (Mons-Tournai), A54 (Brussels-Nivelles), and E42 (Namur-Liège), then towards the airport. Get direction

From the airport

Flying to Charleroi?

  • From Brussels Airport, you must take a connecting train. More information

  • From Brussels international airport, you must take a connecting train. More information at

Persons with reduced mobility

Public transportation services offer solutions for persons with reduced mobility.

By car

The Gosselies campus has reserved parking spots for persons with disabilities. Learn how to get access on the web page dedicated to parking(in french)


TEC is working on making its vehicles more accessible to persons with reduced mobility. More information on


Several associations propose transport solutions to persons with reduced mobility in Charleroi. More information on the website of the city of Charleroi.

By train

SNCB offers assistance services for persons with reduced mobility. More information on the SNCB website.

Find information about all accessible transportation options on the Brussels Mobility website.

Find information about all solutions and facilities for persons with reduced mobility on the ULB website. (in french)
Updated on March 27, 2019