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Campus, Hospital, and off-campus worksite parking

Features

Construction-Related Impacts

View all 6 updates, including:
  • Stock Farm Parking Lot
  • SESI LTHW Piping Distribution and Building Conversions
  • Medical Center Renewal Project

SURE Security Escorts
(725-SURE)

  • Safe, evening transportation around campus via golf carts
  • Free to Stanford community
  • Operates 7 nights a week
  • Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters only

Parking and Circulation/Campus Map

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Campus parking

Parking on campus is extremely limited, so if you don't absolutely, positively need a car to get around, save money and parking headaches and leave your car behind. Employees and students who choose not to drive may be eligible for up to $300 through Stanford's Clean Air Cash Rewards Program.

Refer to the Parking and Circulation Map for parking locations throughout the campus.

Parking for visitors, persons with disabilities, special events, and service/deliveries

Parking for commuting faculty, staff and students

Stanford affiliation is required to purchase long-term permits (30+ days) and "A" and "C" daily scratcher permits - they are not available to the general public. They are issued only to:

Please read the Commuter Parking page for detailed information on commuter permit choices, including options for motorcycle and convertible owners.

Eligibility

When purchasing your commuter permit, we'll need to see one of the following:

Parking for resident students

Resident students can buy "Resident" permits for their designated house or dorm areas. However, incoming freshmen may not bring a car to campus.

Purchasing a parking permit

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Stanford Hospital & Clinics parking

Stanford Hospital building

Parking at Stanford Hospital & Clinics is administered by Stanford Hospital, not by the university's P&TS office. Please visit the Driving & Parking page on the Stanford Hospital and Clinics website for information on hospital parking.

Medical Center Renewal Project impacts


Project construction will impact parking, traffic, transit service, Marguerite Shuttle service, and bicycle routes in the Medical Center area. Find helpful links to project information and assistance on the Construction-Related Impacts page.

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Off-campus worksite parking and transportation

L.A. Cicero/Stanford News Service
3145 Porter Drive site
3145 Porter Drive

Information for employees at:

For specific questions, send an email to transportation@stanford.edu

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Feedback

We assess changing demand patterns and reallocate space based on the needs of the community. So speak up! If your lot is filling up, send an email to transportation@stanford.edu or give us a call at 723-9362.

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