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Directions to Cornell University



Herakles in Ithaka I,
Jason Seeley '40, 1982
Directions to Ithaca from Toronto:
Queen Elizabeth Highway through Niagara Falls to I-190E
I-190E to I-290 (around Buffalo, NY)
I-290E to I-90E
I-90E to Exit 41 Make right out of exit to Rte 414
Left at first intersection to Rte 318
Rte 318 (10 miles) to Rte 89S Rte 89S to Ithaca.

Directions to Ithaca from Points North:
Use local roads to I-81.
Go South on I-81. Take Cortland Exit, Rte 281 South, to State Rte 13.
Go South on State Route 13 to Rte 366 / Varna.
Follow Rte 366 onto Cornell Campus.

Directions to Ithaca from Points East:
Use local roads to I-90 (The New York State Thruway, portions toll).
Go West on I-90 to I-88.
Go West on I-88 for 76 miles to Exit 8 for State Rte 206 at Bainbridge, NY.
Go West on State Rte 206 for 25 miles to State Rte 79 at Whitney Point, NY.
Go West on State Rte 79 for 35 miles to Ithaca, NY.

Directions to Ithaca from Points West:
Use local roads to I-90 (The New York State Thruway, portions toll).
Go East on I-90 (The New York State Thruway) to Exit 42 for State Rte 14.
Go South on State Rte 14 for approximately one quarter mile to State Rte 96.
Go South on State Rte 96 for approximately 45 miles to Ithaca, NY.

Directions to Ithaca from Points South:
Use local roads to I-81.
Go North on I-81 to Exit 8 for State Rte 79 at Whitney Point, NY.
Go West on State Rte 79 for approximately 35 miles to Ithaca, NY.

Directions to the CNF

Once you arrive in Ithaca, follow the signs for Cornell University.
The easiest way is to follow Rte 366 East up the hill.
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Take Rte 13 into Ithaca and turn east onto Green Street / Rte 366 East. Follow 366 up the hill (you'll be on State Street, then Mitchell Street, then Ithaca Road, then Dryden Road -- just keep following the signs for Rte 366).

After the stop light intersection where Ithaca Rd meets Dryden Rd, continue straight for one more block on Dryden Rd / Rte. 366 (you'll pass the Best Auto Repair on your right, a quaint old stone building).

Turn left at the stop sign onto Hoy Rd. (Do not continue following Rte 366 here!)

The parking garage is the first building on the right past the wooded area. Just past the parking garage is the Information kiosk where you can purchase a visitors pass ($10 for a full day) which is good for the first level, left side of the garage, and the outdoor parking area attached to the garage.  There is almost always parking available.

Once you park, walk back out onto Hoy Road, and continue to your right onto campus. As you follow Hoy Road, you'll pass a curved building (Rhodes Hall), a building with yellow panels (Upson Hall), and a building with blue panels (Phillips Hall). Hoy Road ends on Campus Road. Turn left onto Campus Rd. It is easiest to find us if you enter Phillips Hall here (you'll see the stairs and ramp on your left). Follow the hallway to the end, take a small hitch to the left and then turn right, and go through the double doors of the next hallway. You'll pass a small open area on the right, then take the next right, which leads you to a bridge across the Duffield Hall atrium. (I recommend stopping to admire the view!) Once across the bridge you enter Duffield Hall, and our front doors are straight ahead, on the left. Our receptionist will be happy to help you at this point.

 

Directions to the Duffield Hall Atrium

Follow the directions above up to parking in the Hoy Road Garage.

Once you park, walk back out onto Hoy Road, and continue to your right onto campus. As you follow Hoy Road, you'll pass a curved building (Rhodes Hall) and a building with yellow panels (Upson Hall). 

At this point, between Upson and the building with blue panels (Phillips Hall), there is a small parking lot, and a walk-way leading to several sets of glass doors.  Through those doors is the Duffield Hall Atrium.

 

Directions to 340 Duffield Hall

Follow the directions above up to parking in the Hoy Road Garage.

Once you park, walk back out onto Hoy Road, and continue to your right onto campus. As you follow Hoy Road, you'll pass a curved building (Rhodes Hall) and a building with yellow panels (Upson Hall). 

At this point, between Upson and the building with blue panels (Phillips Hall), there is a small parking lot, and a walk-way leading to several sets of glass doors.  Through those doors is the Duffield Hall Atrium. 340 Duffield Hall is on the third floor and diagonally opposite where you are standing now!  So take the elevator or the stairs to the third floor, walk down the hallway (in either direction) until you come to the opposite side of the building.  There is 340!

 

Parking on Cornell Campus

Responsibility for understanding Cornell parking regulations, and for any parking tickets incurred, resides with YOU.

AND! Transportation Services websites take precedence over anything we have written on our websites!


AS OF MAY 2013: Visitor Parking Permits
are available at all Cornell Information Kiosks, and cost $6 for a half-day, $10 for a full day. Parking is free from 5 p.m. to 7:30 a.m. Visitor parking spaces are only available in the Hoy Road Parking Garage, first level (follow the signs). 

Information on parking for our VENDORS, http://transportation.fs.cornell.edu/parking/campusparking/vendors/default.cfm

 

Satellite Map of Cornell
http://www.cornell.edu/maps/interactive.cfm

 



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