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The Harvard Square stop on the Red Line of the MBTA subway system (www.mbta.com) is across Massachusetts Avenue from Harvard Yard. Upon disembarking at the station, take the escalator to street level. You will see the gates of Harvard Yard across Massachusetts Avenue to your right, beyond the newsstand. Walk north through Old Harvard Yard, across the Science Center Plaza, and follow the walkway to the left of the Science Center until you come to the Harvard Law School quad. Maxwell Dworkin is located on the far right (northeast) corner of the quad. As you enter the building, room G115 will be the first lecture hall to the left of the quad entrance. If entering from Oxford Street, G115 will be the last lecture hall down the hall on your right.
From South of Boston: Drive to Braintree MBTA station parking garage (Braintree exit 17 off of Route 3 coming from Cape Cod or the South Shore). Take the Red Line in the direction of Alewife to "Harvard." Allow approximately 45 minutes for the subway portion of the trip.
From the North of Boston: Drive to the Alewife MBTA station parking garage. Take the Red Line inbound. Get off at the third stop, "Harvard." Allow about 15 minutes for the subway portion of the trip.
From the West of Boston: Drive to Riverside MBTA station in Newton, the western terminus of one branch of the Green Line (Exit 22A from Route 128), where there is an open-air parking lot. Take the Green Line to the "Park Street" stop. Go downstairs, following signs marked "Red Line to Alewife." Take train in the direction of Alewife four stops to "Harvard." Allow one hour for the subway portion of the trip.
Traveling by Car
Driving from South of Boston: Take I-93 North to exit 26 (Cambridge/Storrow Drive). The exit ramp merges with traffic on Storrow Drive from the left. Move to one of the right lanes and continue on Storrow Drive approximately 4 miles to Cambridge/Allston. After a Doubletree Hotel, take the right-hand exit to "Harvard Square - Cambridge." Turn right at end of ramp onto John F. Kennedy Street. Harvard Square is approximately 1/2 mile straight ahead.
Driving from North of Boston: Take I-93 South to exit 26A (Storrow Drive/North Station). Keep left and take the underpass to Storrow Drive. Continue on Storrow Drive approximately 4 miles to Cambridge/Allston. After a Doubletree Hotel, take the right-hand exit to "Harvard Square - Cambridge." Turn right at end of ramp onto John F. Kennedy Street. Harvard Square is approximately 1/2 mile straight ahead.
Driving from West of Boston: Take I-90 East (Mass Turnpike) to exit 18 (Cambridge/Allston). Bear right at end of exit ramp. Turn left after lights (before the bridge) onto Storrow Drive. Take Cambridge/Allston exit (1/2 mile ahead) and turn right at end of ramp onto John F. Kennedy Street. Harvard Square is approximately 1/2 mile straight ahead.
Driving from Logan Airport: Follow the signs for I-93 and Boston. Stay to the right through Sumner Tunnel. At the end of the tunnel bear to the right and follow the signs for Storrow Drive. Continue along the river on Storrow Drive West for approximately four miles. Pass the "Massachusetts Avenue - Cambridge" exit and then the Doubletree Hotel. Directly after the Doubletree, take the right-hand exit marked "Harvard Square - Cambridge." Turn right at end of ramp onto John F. Kennedy Street. Harvard Square is approximately 1/2 mile straight ahead.
Parking is available for pre-purchase in Harvard's 10 Everett Street and 52 Oxford Street garages at the rate of $18.00 per day.
You may purchase your parking pass up to two weeks before the symposium. Please plan your trip at least one day ahead as, after purchase, you will need to print a copy of your parking pass for presentation to the parking attendant and placement on your dashboard while in the garage. The parking attendants cannot print passes for you.
In order to purchase parking:
Daily parking passes are good 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 p.m. in 10 Everett, and 7:00 a.m. - 11:30 p.m. in 52 Oxford. After the meeting, we encourage you to leave your car in the garage while you socialize with your fellow attendees. Vibrant Harvard Square is a pleasant stroll south from the symposium venue and parking garages through Harvard Yard, and there are also good restaurants a short walk north of Harvard on Massachusetts Avenue.
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