Conference date and location: 24-26 October, 2011, Dundee, Scotland
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Travel Information

Dundee is currently undergoing a major redevelopment plan which will see the waterfront area completely redeveloped and many exciting new additions such as a brand new V&A museum. This is causing some minor disruptions with lane closures and some pavement (sidewalks). We will update this site nearer the time if there is any disruptions that will specifically effect your transportation to the conference venue.

Travel to Dundee made easy

Getting to Dundee from Edinburgh

Edinburgh Airport is 8 miles (12km) west of the city centre. Edinburgh's main rail stations, Waverley and Haymarket, are in the city centre. You can get a train to Dundee by either :

Getting to Dundee from Glasgow

Glasgow Airport is about 20 minutes from the city centre and just two minutes from the nearest town, Paisley. You can get a train to Dundee by either :

Getting to Dundee from Aberdeen

Aberdeen airport is 7 miles north-west of the city centre on the A96 near Dyce. You can get a train to Dundee by either :

Travel by Air

The city of Dundee is easily accessible from several area airports. For travel directions please visit

Travel by Rail

Travellers by rail will arrive in Dundee's city centre, served by the picturesque East Coast line from London. The overnight sleeper service is popular with the business traveller as it arrives in Dundee in good time for a full day's work. The main line continues from Dundee to Aberdeen and there are stops at Carnoustie, Arbroath and Montrose in Angus. Local commuter trains run regularly from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Perth.

Dundee is on the East Coast Main Line, served by Scotrail, Virgin and National Express train operators, with connections to London within a 6 hour journey.

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Travel by Road

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Destination i (on-line information for visitors coming to Dundee)

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