Public transport

There are subways, streetcars and buses at your disposal.

We kindly ask you to travel by public transport in an environmentally friendly way. The university building at Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz 1 is barrier-free and within walking distance of the station Schottenring (U4/U2 and tram lines 1,31).

Tickets can be purchased online, at the airport or at any metro station and in tobacconists.

You are arriving at a train station? We have compiled directions from the largest train stations in Vienna to the The university building at Oskar-Morgenstern-Platz 1 above.

Accessibility Statement: Please find here the Accessibility Statement of the Wiener Linien and the Accessibility Statement of the ÖBB.

Arrival by train

There are four major train stations in Vienna that are easily accessible by public transport.

For arrivals and departures, the ÖBB travel portal can be consulted..

Vienna Main Station

At the main station
1100 Vienna

U1 (direction Leopoldau) to "Schwedenplatz"
U4 (direction Heiligenstadt) to "Roßauer Lände"
5 minutes walk

duration: ca. 26 minutes


Wien Westbahnhof

Europaplatz 2
1150 Vienna

U3 (direction Simmering) to "Landstraße"
U4 (direction Heiligenstadt) to "Roßauer Lände"
5 minütes walk

duration: ca. 22 minutes


Wien Meidling

Eichenstraße 25
1120 Vienna

train S1/S2/S3 to "Wien Mitte - Landstraße"
U4 (direction Heiligenstadt) to "Roßauer Lände"
5 minutes walk

duration: 30 minutes


Wien Mitte

Landstraßer Hauptstraße 1c
1030 Vienna

U4 (direction Heiligenstadt) to "Roßauer Lände"
5 minutes walk

duration: 30 minutes


Wien Praterstern

Praterstern 1
1020 Wien

U2 (direction Schottentor) to "Schottenring"
5 minutes walk

duration: 30 minutes



Julius-Tandler-Platz 3
1090 Wien

1.     tram D (direction Absberggasse) to „Schlickgasse“
4 minutes walk

ducation: ca. 9 minutes


2.     U4 (direction Hütteldorf) to „Roßauer Lände“
5 minutes walk

ducation: ca. 11 minutes


Arrival by Taxi

Austria’s largest taxi dispatch centre 40 100 now also has a fleet of 'green taxis'. It comprises around 150 cars, including 130 hybrid cars, 20 taxis powered by natural gas and some diesel Euro 6 vehicles.

Tel.: 40100


You are also welcome to arrive by bicycle. There are plenty of bicycle parking spaces around Oskar Morgenstern Platz (OMP).

In front of the OMP (Berggasse) there is a bicycle repair station.

In addition, WienMobil Rad, the bikesharing service of Wiener Linien with 3000 bicycles and over 200 stations throughout the city, is at your disposal.

Electric car sharing

Car sharing is an essential part of the smart mobility of our days.

The Viennese start-up ELOOP exclusively offers electric vehicles for shared use. This minimises environmental impact and maximises social benefits.

Sharetoo is an innovative e-car sharing concept from Porsche Bank. The aim is to combine sustainable mobility with state-of-the-art technology. With around 200 vehicles in around 30 cities and municipalities, sharetoo Carsharing is one of the largest e-car sharing providers in Austria. Porsche Bank AG" is the first car sharing provider with an eco-label.