Lomita Drive Closed September 14–22
A short section of the street paralleling the front of the Cantor Arts Center will be closed from Sunday, September 14 through Monday, September 22, 2014. During that time period, activities celebrating the opening of the Anderson Collection at Stanford University will take place on Lomita Drive between the two museums.
Traffic access to the Cantor Arts Center remains unimpeded when approaching from Palm Drive or Roth Way. However, drivers cannot turn onto Lomita Drive from Campus Drive. Visitor parking continues as usual on Lomita Drive from Museum Way to Roth Way. Visitor parking is also available in the nearby parking structure at the corner of Campus Drive and Roth Way. Visitor parking is also available on Palm Dive surrounding the Oval.
Visitor parking costs $2 per hour weekdays until 4 pm with a limit of four hours. After 4 pm visitor parking and nearby A and C permit parking spaces are free and open to the public. Weekend parking is always free in the visitor parking spaces and also in the A and C parking spaces.
Campus Construction Update
Construction and infrastructure improvements continue around campus. Anticipate construction-related impacts to traffic, parking, and transit around the Cantor and the Medical Center.
Parking & Transportation Services: Construction-related impacts
Department of Project Management: Project website
Stanford University Medical Center: Renewal Project website, 24-hour Construction Hotline at 650-701-7862
Parking for Cantor Visitors
Saturday and Sunday parking is easy because A and C permit spaces are open to visitors and free! Visitors also can park for free on weekends in visitor spaces.
Weekday parking may be difficult due to construction projects eliminating nearby parking. Weekdays until 4 pm, visitors pay $2.00 per hour at the black boxes (accepts mobile payment, Visa or MasterCard, or small-denomination cash). After 4 pm on weekdays, visitors can park for free in A and C permit spaces and in visitor spaces.