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This page contains the location of the dose-rate measuring network node of BfS in Bonn with map and directions.
The office of the Commission on Radiological Protection (SSK), which is affiliated to the BfS, is also located in Bonn.
Arriving by car
From all directions
Whatever the direction of approach cross the Rhine on the A 562 (Südbrücke) and take the Rheinaue exit.
Head towards Plittersdorf / Bad Godesberg on Ludwig-Erhard-Allee, take the first right into Heinemannnstraße, then the second right into Jean-Monnet-Straße, and then the next right through to the turning circle.
Hamburg - Würzburg autobahn
Coming along the B9 from Koblenz it is possible to turn off directly to the Federal ministries (Heinemannstraße), taking the first left into Jean-Monnet-Straße, then the next right through to the turning circle.
Arriving by train
Bonn main station - BfS
Take the underground line 66 in the direction of Bad Honnef or line 68 in the direction of Ramersdorf; alight at Robert-Schuman-Platz.
Arriving by plane
Cologne/Bonn airport - BfS
Take the airport bus no. SB 60 to Bonn main station, then take the underground line 66 in the direction of Bad Honnef or line 68 in the direction of Ramersdorf; alight at Robert-Schuman-Platz.
Federal Office for Radiation Protection (BfS)
Monitoring Network Station of the Federal Office for Radiation Protection (BfS)
Phone: +49 (0) 3018 305 3761
Fax: +49 (0) 3018 305 3765
homepage: Federal Office for Radiation Protection
State of 2018.05.02