The commuter bus runs between Karolinska Institutet campus Solna and Karolinska Institutet campus Flemingsberg.
To go with the commuter bus, you must show a valid key card.
The shuttle bus is for passenger traffic only
Chemicals and scientific samples must definitely not be taken on the bus.
For transport of chemicals and scientific samples, special transport is available. See further under links at the bottom of the page.
From 17/10, the shuttle bus will travel "the old road" around the KS.
7.00, 7.40, 8.10, 9.15, 10.15, 11.15, 12.00, 12.30, 13.00, 13.35, 14.35, 15.35, 16.20, 16.50, 17.40
7.20, 8.10, 9.15, 10.15, 11.15, 11.40, 12.20, 13.15, 14.15, 14.50, 15.30, 16.25, 17.10, 17.40
The journey takes about 30 minutes. During peak hours, you may expect to take longer. That the Solna area a construction site also has an impact on the journey time.
The bus stop is located behind the Nobel Forum.
In Hälsovägen in front of the main entrance of Huddinge Hospital.
The bus from Flemingsberg has a stop at Karolinska Hospital before the arrival
to Karolinska Institutet in Solna. (Bus stop 507 towards Karlbergs station).
There are no guarentees that the bus will go towards Flemingsberg.
For forgotten Effects Contact traffic control in Bergkvara Bus
08 55 66 88 13 / firstname.lastname@example.org
It is not allowed to bring animals on the shuttle bus with the exception of guide dogs
Bergkvarabuss/Travellerbuss 08 – 55 66 88 00
Karolinska Institutet: Eva Norbäck 08-524 862 68
Karolinska Sjukhuset: email@example.com
Since September 1st 2015, the shuttle bus between Solna and Flemingsberg, Huddinge runs exclusively on renewable fuel, by agreement between Karolinska Institutet (KI) and the Karolinska University Hospital (K).
As part of KI's environmental and sustainability work, KI has the objective of reducing the climate impact of business travel. Therefore, KI and Karolinska University Hospital has agreed that the shuttle bus between campus Solna and campus Flemingsberg should run on 100% fossil-free fuel.
The shuttle bus since September 1st runs with 100 % synthetic diesel whose raw material includes rape.
To let the shuttle bus run exclusively on renewable fuel is expected to yield an average reduction of greenhouse gas emissions of up to 90 % compared to fossil diesel (as specified by OKQ8).
The fuel meets, according to OKQ8, the requirements for sustainability criteria for biofuels, which means traceability in the supply chain and a guaranteed minimum greenhouse gas reduction.
The fuel is also classified as less dangerous than petroleum -based / fossil diesel.