11th International Workshop on Reachability Problems

      7 - 9 September 2017, London, UK

Accommodation

Accommodation from 6-9th September is provided on campus as part of the registration fee. This is very good value compared to local hotels, and very convenient for the conference. Four options will be available during registration:

  • No accommodation
  • Budget accommodation
  • Standard accommodation
  • Premium accommodation

The location of the accommodation and a campus map is available on the local information page. In all cases, accommodation check-in is at The Hub Reception.

Accommodation will include breakfast. Lunch is provided as part of the conference. Dinner is provided as part of the accommodation on Wednesday (6th). The banquet is on Thursday (7th). No dinner is provided on Friday (8th) -- there are many good pubs/restaurants within walking distance of campus.

Travel Information

The Royal Holloway Conference Service provides up-to-date travel information. We repeat this information below for your convenience.

By air

Royal Holloway is situated in Egham, Surrey, 40 minutes from London Waterloo, a mile from the M25 and a mere fifteen minutes from Heathrow Airport by car. It is also accessible from London City or Gatwick airports and others.

Train connections to the London airports can be checked/booked through the website of National Rail. From Heathrow, taxi or bus are by far the best options.

By taxi

If you intend to take a taxi from the airport or during your stay, we strongly recommend that you book in advance from the following companies, as London black cabs can be very expensive.

  • Gemini Taxis: 01784 434646
  • Windsor Cars: 01753 677677
  • Egham Cars: 01784 434646
  • Holloway Taxis: 01784 818385

By bus

From London Heathrow Airport

IMPORTANT CHANGES

Terminal 5: The number 8 runs between Heathrow Terminal 5 and Royal Holloway. An up-to-date timetable can be found here. An up-to-date map near RHUL can be found here. The nearest bus stop to Royal Holloway is a few minutes from campus.

The journey takes just under 40 minutes.

All other terminals: The bus service from Royal Holloway to Heathrow has recently changed. In particular the 441 from the Central Bus Station to Royal Holloway has been discontinued. The 8 is the only remaining service, which runs to Terminal 5 (see above).

From Terminal 5, you can take the Underground, via the Piccadilly Line, to the Central Bus Station. From Royal Holloway, the journey will take approximately 1 hour.

By car

Royal Holloway is located on the A30, 19 miles from central London and about a mile south west of the town of Egham. It is two miles from junction 13 of the M25 (London orbital). After leaving the motorway at junction 13, take the A30 west, signposted to Bagshot and Camberley (this is the Egham bypass). At the first roundabout, take the second exit. At the second roundabout, take the second exit and continue up the A30, Egham Hill. The College is on the left at the top of the hill.

There is plenty of free parking, but please let matthew.hague@rhul.ac.uk know if you would like to enquire about a specific space.

Sat nav postcode is TW20 0EX

By train

The nearest train station is Egham which is a 15-20 minute walk from Royal Holloway. Train journeys can be planned via National Rail.

From London Waterloo (via Clapham Junction, Richmond and Twickenham):

There are frequent services from London Waterloo via Clapham Junction and Richmond to Egham (35 – 40 minutes). Please be aware that there is also a slow service that runs via Hounslow, which increases the journey time to and from Waterloo by roughly twenty minutes.

From Woking (via Addlestone and Chertsey):

There is a service from Woking to Egham (35 – 40 minutes) with one change at Weybridge. Change at Woking for services to London, the south west of England, Basingstoke, Alton and Haslemere.

From Reading (via Wokingham, Bracknell and Ascot):

There is a frequent service from Reading to Egham (35 – 40 minutes). Change at Reading for services to Oxford, Wales, the south west and the north east of England.

Important dates (Provisional):


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Support

We acknowledge the kind support of the EATCS