Directions and Parking
Directions and Parking
East Entrance (Westbound on Dodge) (blue arrows): You cannot take a left on Dodge street; therefore, take the turnout to the right before University Drive East. This will allow you to make a left hand turn into the University. Follow University Drive East past the parking structure and to the four-way stop at the entrance to the park. Take a right and proceed to take the next right into Lot “O”. All spots on the right side of the parking lot are designated for research participants. Please park in one and go to the main entrance.
West Entrance (Eastbound on Dodge) (red arrows): You will make a right onto University drive West. You will encounter three stop signs. At the first two, take a left turn. Go straight at stop sign number three. Take the road around the HPER building and turn left into parking Lot “O”. All spots on the right side of the parking lot are designated for research participants. Please park in one and go to the main entrance.
Parking: Please park on the right side (east side) of parking lot “O”. There are several spots labeled “Gait Lab Testing” and a couple of disabled spots as well.
A special, Blue Temporary Parking tag is required to be displayed on your car while you are visiting our building. It should be displayed on your car’s dashboard so it can be easily seen from the outside. You will obtain the pass from the front desk upon arrival. You will be required to return the pass to the front desk at the end of each visit, even if you are visiting for multiple days.
If you park in a disabled stall, please have your disabled permit hanging from your rearview mirror and the blue parking tag placed on your dashboard. PLEASE BE SURE TO PLACE THE BLUE TAG IN YOUR CAR, no matter where you park. Walk into the Biomechanics Research Building and someone will meet you at the front counter. Please tell them the reason for your visit.
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