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 Getting There
 Getting There by Public Transit
The best way to get to Stanford from San Francisco is to take CalTrain from the SF station at 4th and Townsend to the Palo Alto station. At the Palo Alto CalTrain station you can catch the free Stanford shuttle which is called Marguerite. Depending on where you are headed and what time it is you can catch the A, B, or the Palm Drive Express.
- The Palm Drive Express will get you to the center of campus the fastest, but it only runs during commute time.
- The A line will also take you to the center of campus; it is the best one for getting to Hoover, Special Collection/University Archives, and the Archive of Recorded Sound.
- The B line goes by way of the Medical Center where the Lane Archives are.
- To get to SLAC you have to transfer to another Marguerite (the SLAC line) which will bring you up the hill to SLAC. The SLAC line intersects with both the A and B lines. See the route map.
 Parking, If You Drive
There is a pay parking lot on Galvez Street and Campus Drive that accepts currency, coins, or credit cards. (Closest to Hoover.)
Parking is free at SLAC, but you must contact the SLAC Archives to be added to the site entry list. Government-issued photo identification required.
 Once You're on Campus
- Map of the Stanford campus showing the locations of the libraries
- 1 - Archive of Recorded Sound
- 13 - Hoover
- 18 - Lane Archives
- 23 - Special Collection/University Archives
- 25 - SLAC (except that is the Library which has moved, contact the SLAC Archives directly for directions)
- Maps of the Peninsula, campus, and where SLAC is in relation to all of that