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12 March 2013



bauma presents a new traffic concept

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Anybody who knows Bauma, will also know how busy it can get on the way to and from the show, both on the roads and on public transportation. So, to make travel as easy as possible for the exhibitors and visitors to this, the world´s biggest trade show, Messe München has developed a new traffic concept, featuring remote parking areas.

From the airport to bauma

The airport shuttle is a non-stop bus service taking participants straight from the international airport at Munich (stopping at Terminal 1 and Terminal 2), to the North Entrance at the Messe München exhibition center. During the show, buses run every 15 minutes. Another alternative for participants arriving by air is to take the suburban train (Line S1) to Feldmoching. From there the subway (Line U2) runs straight to Messe München.

Subway and suburban train: The trade-fair center lines

On the U2 subway line from the "Hauptbahnhof" (Central Station), the journey to the exhibition center is less than 20 minutes. At peak times and on all days of the show, the U2 runs every three minutes to the two stops serving bauma – "Messestadt West" and "Messestadt Ost".

The suburban railway – the "S-Bahn" – is another way of getting to the exhibition: Take the S2 to the stop called "Riem"; from there it´s a roughly 15-minute walk to the West Entrance at the exhibition center. A third way on public transportation is to take the S4 to "Trudering" and then change to the U2 for "Messestadt West" or "Messestadt Ost".

By car

A high-tech traffic routing system on all main approach roads directs car drivers to the most suitable parking areas around the exhibition center. Important: Car drivers should follow the traffic routing signs – as they contain the latest information each day – and not their in-car navigation system.

Free remote parking

As well as the parking lots at the exhibition center itself, Messe München is also organizing free remote parking in Feldkirchen and Aschheim. Further parking capacity, on the Saturday of the show, is being made available at the parking garage at the Allianz Arena. Another parking garage, the BMW Parkhaus FIZ am Hart, is open on the Saturday and Sunday, and is free of charge to bauma participants.

On all the days of the show, participants can use the parking areas in Feldkirchen and Aschheim. The parking area at Feldkirchen, by the A94 autobahn and just ten minutes by bus to bauma, has capacity for 2,200 vehicles. Parking here is free and there is a free shuttle bus taking exhibitors and visitors straight to the show. Also just ten minutes away is the parking area in Aschheim, by the A99 autobahn, offering space for 2,500 vehicles. There, too, parking is free, and there is a shuttle bus service to the show.

In addition, on April 20 and 21 – the two busiest days for visitors – further parking areas will be made available. On Saturday, April 20, the parking garage at the Allianz Arena is open, offering 3,000 parking spaces. A shuttle bus operates free between here and the exhibition center. On the Saturday and Sunday – April 20 and 21 – another parking garage is also being opened: the BMW Parkhaus FIZ am Hart at Knorrstrasse 147. This latter is ideal for drivers coming in from the west of the city, on the A8 autobahn (Stuttgart to Munich). It has capacity for 2,000 vehicles. From here the participants can travel to the show on the subway – the "Am Hart" stop on the U2 line is close by. The journey time from here to the Messe München exhibition center by subway is then about 30 minutes.

For a copy of a flyer setting out transportation options, go to:

Please note that you can get your accreditation for bauma 2013, as of now, from:www.bauma.de/en/Press/Accreditation

Please note: Effectively immediately, you may register to participate at the trade-press stand and order press compartments for bauma 2013 at www.bauma.de/en/Press/TradePress

About bauma

bauma, the International Trade Fair for Construction Machinery, Building Material Machines, Mining Machines, Construction Vehicles and Construction Equipment, takes place from April 15 to 21, 2013 at the Messe München exhibition center. The last bauma, in 2010, attracted 3,256 exhibitors from 53 countries, and over 420,000 visitors from more than 200 nations. Covering a total of 555,000 square meters of exhibition space, bauma is the largest trade show in the world. The statistics for the fair are independently audited by Ernst & Young AG on behalf of the Gesellschaft zur Freiwilligen Kontrolle von Messe- und Ausstellungszahlen (FKM), a society for the voluntary control of fair and exhibition statistics.

Construction machinery trade shows of Messe München International

Organizing trade shows for the international construction machinery sector is a core competence of Messe München International. In addition to the world´s leading trade show, bauma in Munich, Messe München International also organizes the brand events Bauma China in Shanghai, bC India in Mumbai and bauma Africa in Johannesburg. Outside Germany, the Group engages in activities via its subsidiaries MMI Asia and IMAG, or as a cooperation partner in regional events for the sector.

About Messe München International

Messe München International is one of the world´s leading trade-show companies. It organizes around 40 trade shows for capital and consumer goods, and key high-tech industries. Each year over 30,000 exhibitors and over two million visitors take part in the events in the Messe München exhibition center, in the ICM – Internationales Congress Center München and in the MOC Veranstaltungscenter München. The leading international trade fairs of Messe München International are all FKM-certified, i.e. exhibitor and visitor numbers and the figures for exhibition space are collected in line with agreed standards and independently audited on behalf of the FKM (Gesellschaft zur Freiwilligen Kontrolle von Messe- und Ausstellungszahlen), a society for the voluntary monitoring of fair and exhibition statistics. In addition, Messe München International organizes trade shows in Asia, Russia, the Middle East, South America and South Africa. With twelve associated companies abroad – in Europe and in Asia – and over 60 foreign representatives actively serving over 90 countries, Messe München International has a worldwide business network. The Group also takes a pioneering role as regards sustainability: It is the first trade-fair company to be awarded energy-efficiency certification from the technical inspection authorities TÜV SÜD.
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