Dixi is conveniently located
Tikkurila is one of Finland’s busiest railway stations and now it has the shopping centre it deserves. Dixi is easy to get to by train, bus or car, and on foot or by bike.
Dixi is being constructed in two phases: the opening of the first part of the project took place on 15 January and the second phase is expected to be completed in summer 2016. More information on traffic arrangements can be found here
You can get to Tikkurila station on local trains Z, R, H, K, T, N and I and all long-distance trains travelling to and from Helsinki along the main line and direct rail line. Once the Ring Rail Line is completed in 2015, a direct train will become available to Helsinki-Vantaa Airport.
View train timetables www.vr.fi
A new bus terminal is located at Dixi’s street level and the buses arriving stop on the street Ratatie, opposite the bus terminal.
View bus timetalbles here
During the second construction phase, the street Ratatie will be closed between the streets Unikkotie and Männistönpolku. Traffic will be diverted along Unikkotie, Kielotie and Lummetie.
To reach Dixi on foot walk along the streets Ratatie and Unikkotie, and Ratatie if you are arriving from the north.
Dixi’s parking spaces are located at the S-Market end of the building. Drive into the indoor garage from the Lummetie and Ratatie roundabout. Qpark is in charge of Dixi’s indoor garage. There are altogether 500 parking spaces, available for a fee.
Read more about parking here
Q-Park Finland Oy
Switchboard tel : +358 20 781 2400 (weekdays, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.)
Fax: +358 20 781 2499, info(at)q-park.fi
Parking spaces for people leaving by train are available at the northern end of the station, on both sides of the track. Parking spaces for persons dropping passengers off are available on the street Ratatie at the northern end of Ratakuja and on the corner of the streets Unikkotie and Ratatie.
Deliveries of goods take place in the service yard. The service yard can be accessed along the ramp leading in from the parking facility. Entrance at the corner of the streets Ratatie and Lummetie. The sign “huoltopiha” (service yard) can be seen on the left-hand side of the ramp.