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Our Location:
476 Lomita Mall
McCullough Building, Room 126A
Stanford, CA 94305-4045
Phone: (650) 736-2045
Fax: (650) 736-2942

CPN Location Map

From San Francisco International Airport
Start out going NORTH, keep RIGHT at the fork, again keep RIGHT at the fork, take ramp onto US-101 SOUTH toward SAN JOSE (19.38 miles). Take exit for EMBARCADERO ROAD and follow signs for EMBARCADERO ROAD WEST. See below for local directions.

From San Jose International Airport
Start out going SOUTHEAST on TERMINAL DRIVE, continue onto AIRPORT BOULEVARD, slight LEFT to stay on AIRPORT, slight RIGHT to stay on AIRPORT, slight RIGHT onto SKYPORT DRIVE. Turn LEFT to merge onto CA-87 NORTH toward US-101 NORTH. Take EXIT 9B on left to merge onto US-101 NORTH toward San Francisco (11.9 miles). Take exit for EMBARCADERO ROAD and follow signs for EMBARCADERO ROAD WEST. See below for local directions.

From U.S. Highway 101 North and South
Exit at Embarcadero Road WEST toward Stanford(about 2 miles). (From 101 North, take the first right exit on the ramp; from 101 South, take the third right exit). Embarcadero turns into Galvez Road as you enter Stanford at El Camino Real (about 0.4 miles). Turn right on Campus Drive East after stopping at the stop sign (about 0.3 miles). Campus Drive East turns into Campus Drive West as it crosses Palm Drive. Continue on Campus Drive West; drive past the medical center on your right (0.59 miles). At the stop sign at Panama Street, turn left. Continue until you come to the four-story parking structure at the corner of Via Ortega and Panama. See below for parking instructions.

From Interstate 280 North and South
Exit at Sand Hill Road east toward Stanford (about 1.5 miles). Continue east, turning right at the traffic signal on Santa Cruz Avenue (0.12 miles). Turn left immediately at the next traffic signal onto Junipero Serra Boulevard (0.56 miles). Turn left at the next traffic signal, Campus Drive West. Continue around Campus Drive West as it curves to the right. Turn right on Panama Street and continue to the corner of Panama and Via Ortega where you will find a four-story parking structure near the end of Via Ortega and Panama. See below for parking instructions.

From El Camino Real
Exit El Camino Real at University Avenue. Drive towards the hills (away from downtown Palo Alto). University Avenue becomes Palm Drive as you enter Stanford (0.51 miles). Turn right on Campus Drive West (there is a stop sign). Continue on Campus Drive West until you arrive at the stop sign at Panama Street, then turn left. Continue to the corner of Panama and Via Ortega where you will find a four-story parking structure near the end of Via Ortega and Panama. See below for parking instructions.

Parking and locating the McCullough Building
In the parking structure, you may park in the "A" parking section if you have an "A" permit. If you have a visitor "V" parking permit, you may park in a metered parking space. Be sure to scratch off the appropriate month, date, and year and hang the permit on your rearview mirror. After parking your car, you will need to walk east on Panama Street to South Service Road. At the end of South Service Road, you will find the McCullough Building loading dock. Enter through the shipping/receiving double doors and CPN is on the first floor, rooms 126A, B, and room 130. Alternative walking directions can be found at http://goo.gl/maps/Woja. Link to searchable map of Stanford campus: http://campus-map.stanford.edu/.

 
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