Center for Sustainable Development & Global Competitiveness (SDGC)
The Jerry Yang and Akiko Yamazaki Environment and Energy Building (Y2E2)
Room 254, 473 Via Ortega
Stanford, CA 94305
Phone: (650) 723-6506
Coming to SDGC
Take the Train - Stanford is conveniently located near the Palo Alto Caltrain stop with free Marguerite Shuttle service to campus. Marguerite Shuttle Line X stops on Via Ortega across the street from Y2E2 (about 12 min. ride). Return to the train station using Line Y, which stops on the Y2E2 side of Via Ortega. Another option is a 20-minute walk from the train station along Palm Drive, then turning right on Serra and left on Via Ortega.
Driving to Campus
From 101: take the Embarcadero Road exit. After crossing El Camino Real, you are enter Stanford Campus and the road becomes Galvez St. Bear left at Stanford Stadium, continuing on Galvez St. At stop sign turn right onto Campus Drive. Follow road across Palm Drive. You will pass Stanford Hospital and Stanford Medical School buildings on your right. Turn left onto Panama. The parking structure entrance will be on your left. Additional parking is available in the Roble Garage. Turn right from Panama onto Via Ortega and the garage entrance will be on the left.
From Interstate 280: take the Alpine East exit and make a right onto Junipero Serra Blvd. Turn left at the 1st traffic light onto Campus Drive WEST. Turn right onto Panama. The parking structure entrance will be on your left. Additional parking is available in the Roble Garage. Turn right from Panama onto Via Ortega and the garage entrance will be on the left.
The parking structure on campus that is closest to Y2E2 is Parking Structure 2. The address is 285 Panama Street, Stanford, CA 94305. Visitor metered parking is available on the ground level of the parking structure.
In order to park in visitor parking on campus, Stanford University uses the ParkMobile App. You can reserve a space ahead of time at the ParkMobile website (https://app.parkmobile.io/zone/start). The Zone # is 7202 at Stanford University for visitor
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