By public transports, bike, car: how to get there?

How to go there?

Public transports

With the RER B line, stations Massy-Palaison, Lozère and Le Guichet.

From the stations, they are two express bus services:

  • From Massy-Palaiseau, the line 91.06 B, direction Saint-Quentin.
  • From Lozère of Le Guichet, the line 91.06 C, direction Christ (RN 306)

All the schedule and the plan of the stations can be found on this website.

 

 

 

Bike

The Université Paris-Saclay considers sustainable mobily as something that really matters. That why we've built a cyclable road that allow you to cross the campus in a safely way. At the bus stations and on the campus, you'll find places where to park your bike.

 

 

 

By car from Paris

By the road N118 : Head towards Pont de Sèvres, follow the signs for Nantes - Bordeaux, and take Exit 9 "Centre Universitaire". Turn right at the roundabout onto the D128 towards "Ferme du Moulon" (with the B&B on your right). Continue for approximately 1km on the D128 and enter the Technological Space Centre on your left. The Discovery building is the last building at the end of the Centre. Entry: ground floor

By the road A6 : Take the A6, then the A10 towards Bordeaux-Nantes, and follow the signs to Orsay. Take the first exit towards Orsay-Bures, then head straight until Orsay is indicated via the N118. Take the N118 to Orsay, and then take Exit 9 "Centre Universitaire" from the N118. At the first roundabout, follow the sign for the Centre Universitaire, then at the second roundabout take the D128 towards "Ferme du Moulon". Continue for approximately 1 km on the D128 and enter the Technological Space Centre on your left. The Discovery building
is the last building at the end of the Centre.

 

From 2020: the metro line

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The driverless Metro project will enable nine identified areas (including Saclay) to be served, all of which represent economic development centers, bringing together companies, institutions and university and research establishments.