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Parking

Tips:
  • Parking can be difficult on the Stanford campus, so please give yourself ample time.
  • Some lots require quarters only.
Parking Structures
  1. Via Ortega Garage (formerly parking structure 2) is the closest, and is located at the corner of Panama and Via Ortega streets.
    •  Visitor Parking/Pay Station:
      • Pay at machine, 8am-4pm (M-F)
      • Pay by credit card (Visa/Mastercard) or cash.
  2. Lot L-17 (corner of Stock Farm Rd & Campus Dr)
    • Visitor Parking/Pay Station:
      • Pay at machine, 8am-4pm (M-F)
      • Pay by credit card (Visa/Mastercard) or cash.
  3. Lot L-39 (Mayfield Ave by Tressider Union)
    • Visitor Parking/Pay Station:
      • Pay at machine, 8am-4pm (M-F)
      • Pay by credit card (Visa/Mastercard) or cash.
  4. Roth Way Garage (formerly parking structure 1 - North of Y2E2 building) at the corner of Campus Drive and Roth Way.
    • Visitor Parking/Pay Station:
      • Pay at machine, 8am-4pm (M-F)
      • Pay by credit card (Visa/Mastercard) or cash.
  5. Cantor Museum (Roth Way and Lomita Drive) - Also has Visitor Parking/Pay Stations.
For more information, please see the Parking Information website or the Parking and Circulation Map (pdf)

 

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