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Travel Directions
General Directions to the UCLA Medical Center campus
 
Visitor parking at UCLA can be obtained by stopping at any of the 11 Parking & Information booths conveniently located around the campus. Friendly parking attendants will issue you a parking permit and direct you to an area where you may park. They will also provide you with a walking map if youe need directions to 200 Medical Plaza or anywhere else on campus.

The current daily parking rate is $8 per vehicle and parking meters are available for shorter visits at $.25 for 8 min. (meters only accept quarters). Helpful Tip:Parking meters are rigously inforced so please be careful not to go over your time limit. Fines can be as high as $40 for a meter violation.

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General Directions to the UCLA Main campus

Coming to UCLA from North or South via 405 (San Diego Freeway)

South Entrance
  1. Take 405 (San Diego Freeway) to Wilshire Blvd. East
  2. Travel east three blocks to Westwood Blvd.
  3. Turn Left on Westwood Blvd.
  4. Travel five blocks to Parking & Information Booth

North Entrance
  1. Take 405 (San Diego Freeway) to Sunset East
  2. Take Sunset east to Westwood Plaza
  3. Turn right on Westwood Plaza
  4. Proceed straight to Parking & Information Booth

Coming from East via 10 (Santa Monica Freeway)

  1. Take 10 (Santa Monica Freeway) to 405 (San Diego Freeway) North
  2. Take 405 (San Diego Freeway) to Wilshire Blvd. East
  3. Travel east three blocks to Westwood Blvd.
  4. Turn Left on Westwood Blvd.
  5. Travel five blocks to Parking & Information Kiosk

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