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News & Announcements
Parking Availability on Campus
Penn is experiencing a higher percentage of commuters choosing to drive -- and -- park their own vehicles. If a garage or lot is closed, signage will direct patrons to other nearby open facilities. To visit a map of Penn lots and garages, visit www.upenn.edu/parking. Please note that the Penn Park lot reaches capacity by 7:30 a.m., the Penn Museum garage tends to fill by 8:30 a.m., and the Chestnut 34 garage fills around 9:00 a.m. The best locations for parking availability are Walnut 38 and Walnut 40 Garages.
PennBus West Resumes Normal Route
Beginning Monday, November 2, Penn Transit’s PennBus West will resume its normal route. The route will once again travel along 40th Street after making a left-hand turn from Walnut Street. At the intersection of 40th and Spruce Streets, the bus will turns right onto Spruce Street, then traverse the remainder of its route. Service at the Schattner Building Transit Stop will be reinstated.