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HOW TO GET THERE

Mobility is one of the organization’s main focuses this year, with the return of Super Bock Super Rock to Meco.

The venue’s doors will open at 3pm every day. In order to prevent congestion, jams and crowds, the organization recommends everyone to arrive early and to strictly follow the authorities’ instructions as well as to use the reinforced public transportation and the various alternative mobility options. In addition to facilitating the access, it also contributes to a more comfortable, economical and responsible experience.


•TST Bus (Transportes Sul do Tejo), directly from Lisbon + return at the end of the night.

oFrom Lisbon Praça de Espanha;

oFrom Lisbon Gare do Oriente, through Vasco da Gama bridge, during the traffic hours of the 25 de Abril bridge.

TST buses

GOING:

Lisbon Praça de Espanha – SBSR (3,50€):

July 17 – from 2:00pm to 7:00pm

July 18 – from 10:00am to 10:00pm

July 19 and 20 – from 2:00pm to 7:00pm

Lisbon Gare do Oriente – SBSR (4,50€):

July 17 and 18 – from 10:30am to 10:00pm

July 19 and 20 – from 1:00pm to 8:00pm

Coina train station – SBSR (3,00€):

July 17– from 2:00pm to 7:00pm

July 18 – from 10:00am to 8:00pm

July 19 and 20 – from 02:00pm to 07:00pm

RETURN:
SBSR – Lisbon Praça de Espanha (3,50€):

July 18, 19, 20 at night: from 02:00am to 05:00am

SBSR – Lisbon Gare do Oriente (4,50€):

July 21 – from 08:00am to 01:00pm

SBSR - Coina train station (3,00€):

July 18, 19, 20 at night: from 01:00am to 03:00am (connection to the special train departing from Coina station at 03:30am)

Tickets purchased on board.

Other transport tickets are not valid.


Via Verde mobility solutions, especially developed for Super Bock Super Rock

Via Verde DriveNow

The Via Verde car sharing service – DriveNow – usually limited to the city of Lisbon, will now extend their operation to facilitate the access to Super Bock Super Rock. On July 18, 19 and 20, anyone who wishes to get from Lisbon to Super Bock Super Rock in Meco can park their DriveNow car just by the venue’s entrance in the Via Verde/DriveNow parking lot. In order to encourage the use of this mobility solution, Via Verde/Drive Now will offer 40 minutes of free driving vouchers to go to or to come from the festival to Lisbon. In addition, an exclusive page will be created especially for Super Bock Super Rock where new customers can register for free and receive a 30-minute ride immediately. Registration on this platform must be done at least 24 hours in advance to the service’s use.

Via Verde Transportation / Fertagus

Fertagus in partnership with Via Verde Transportation will offer a special train service that will leave the Coina train station towards Lisbon at 3:30am, stopping at every station so that everyone can enjoy the nights’ last big concert on July 19 and 20. In addition to this special service, all the usual connections between Lisbon and Setúbal will be maintained. The schedules can be consulted at www.fertagus.pt. The simple one-way ticket between Coina and Lisbon costs €3,35 and can be purchased at the train station’s ticket office, either on the automatic machines or if you wish to avoid queues, through the Via Verde Transportation app. You can use the TST shuttle for free on the Coina Train Station - SBSR – Coina Train Station. To access this offer, simply show the shuttle driver the history of the one-way trip (Lisbon-Coina) in the Via Verde Transportes app.

Via Verde Rides

Via Verde offers the ride sharing service – Via Verde Boleias – through the creation of an exclusive group of rides to and from Super Bock Super Rock. When using this platform, drivers will receive €5* in fuel on their first trip and up to €3** on the others. Passengers receive a €5 voucher in a supermarket after 5 trips.

This economic and sustainable alternative brings great value to the festival goers, solving parking problems and contributing to a smaller impact on the environment. (Shared trips have significant environmental benefits: carbon emissions are reduced up to 75‰).

To encourage the use of this mobility solution, Via Verde will offer a spot in its parking lot, by the venue’s entrance, to the first 30 trips created on the Via Verde Boleias group.


*on a minimum 20L supply

**0,06€/L on a maximum 50L supply

Bolt and Uber

In order to encourage festival goers to leave their cars at home and to find other mobility solutions, Bolt will support mobility at Super Bock Super Rock with a set of initiatives that aim to facilitate the arrival and departure from the venue.



A collection spot will be created on the festival’s venue to facilitate the driver’s meeting with their clients and to avoid traffic jams. This collection spot will be properly signaled in the application, in order to make the experience simpler and more intuitive, clearly indicating the point of departure and arrival of the festival goers that opt for this mobility solution.

As the demand will be high, Bolt will create a campaign with all its drivers to reinforce cars supply in that area at the time of greater movement.



There will also be more 7-seat vehicles available – the brand’s XL category, which can carry up to 6 people in order to reduce the number of cars at the Festival, encouraging groups to share a Bolt.



New users will also have a 5€ offer to encourage the download and use of the app.



Uber will also support the Festival’s mobility.



The meeting point for clients and drivers will also be signaled on the app, so that it’s clear for the users where they should meet with their drivers. Uber will also give all its drivers a briefing on the best practices to take into account when travelling in the Festival’s areas so that they can also contribute for a better traffic flow.



Both platforms can be used to go to and return from Coina Train Station, for those who use the Fertagus trains.

By car

The Festival’s parking lot, with capacity to match the demand, will have signs, lighting and parking assistance equipment. The traffic management will be carried out on the road linking the Marco do Grilo roundabout to the Festival in close coordination with the authorities. On the other hand, there are now alternative ways to get to the Marco do Grilo roundabout, namely taking the A33 which didn’t exist at the time of the last editions of the festival in Meco. You can now avoid the traffic jams on the 25 de Abril bridge and the N378 national road which goes through Fernão Ferro.



How to get there from Lisbon:



Option 1 –Vasco da Gama bridge, A33, Av. 10 de Junho, Marco do Grilo roundabout

•Vasco da Gama bridge

•Exit to A33 – Montijo/Barreiro

•A33

•Exit to N10

•At the roundabout, take the 4th exit towards Av. 10 de Junho

•Av. 10 de Junho

•At the Marco do Grilo roundabout, take the 2nd exit towards N377

•Continue through N377 until you reach the Festival grounds.



Option 2 –25 de Abril bridge, A33, Av. 10 de Junho, Marco do Grilo roundabout

•25 de Abril bridge

•Exit to A38 – Caparica/Zona Portuária Trafaria/Almada

•A38

•Exit to IC32 - Charneca da Caparica

•IC32

•Exit to A33 – Montijo/Charneca

•A33

•Exit to Av. 10 de Junho

•Av. 10 de Junho

•At the Marco do Grilo roundabout, take the 2nd exit towards N377

•Continue through N377 until you reach the Festival grounds.



For those arriving from Meco/Alfarim, there will be a bus stop at Alfarim that will take you to the Festival.

GNR Recommendations and traffic constraints:

GNR firstly recommends every one to travel through the various mobility alternatives to the use of your own car. Parking outside the authorized areas is strongly inadvisable and will be heavily surveilled.

For good traffic management and flow on the roads that access the Festival grounds, there will be traffic conditioning between Marco do Grilo roundabout and Alfarim. Information on traffic directions and times will be announced in due course, depending on the authorities’ planning.

On 18th, 19th and 20th July, traffic will be interrupted both ways, from 3 p.m. to 5 a.m., between km 30 of road N377 (the festival's parking lot) and km 32,3 (Lagoa de Albufeira). This road will only be open to public transportation, authorized vehicles and TVDE. A detour will be made availabe through Raposa Road.

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