Directions

Penn's campus is located just west of Center City, Philadelphia, an area easily accessible by car, public transporation, bike, or foot. No matter where you are coming from or how you prefer to travel, there are several easy ways to get to Penn.

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Driving Directions
From the Northeast via the New Jersey Turnpike South

Use Exit 4. Bear right out of the toll following signs to Philadelphia and Ben Franklin Bridge. After crossing the bridge take I-676 West, to I-76 East, the Schuylkill Expressway. Before this ramp merges onto I-76, take the 30th Street Station exit (345) which empties onto a one-way street that bends left becoming 30th Street. Go through one light (JFK Blvd.), then turn right onto Market Street. Proceed 4 blocks and turn left onto 34th Street. Entrance to a Penn public parking garage is on the left just before the next traffic light at 34th and Chestnut.

From the West via the Pennsylvania Turnpike

On the PA turnpike, use Exit 326, the Valley Forge Interchange. Take I-76 East for approximately 16 miles until Exit 345, a right lane exit marked 30th Street. The exit empties onto a one-way street that bends left becoming 30th Street. Go through one light (JFK Blvd.), then turn right onto Market Street. Proceed 4 blocks and turn left onto 34th Street. Entrance to a Penn public parking garage is on the left just before the next traffic light at 34th and Chestnut.

From the North via I-95 South

Use the I-676/Center City Philadelphia Exit. Follow signs to I-676 West, the Vine Street Expressway. Take I-676 West until I-76 East, the Schuylkill Expressway. Before this ramp merges onto I-76, take the 30th Street Station exit (345) which empties onto a one-way street that bends left becoming 30th Street. Go through one light (JFK Blvd.), then turn right onto Market Street. Proceed 4 blocks and turn left onto 34th Street. Entrance to a Penn public parking garage is on the left just before the next traffic light at 34th and Chestnut.

From the South via I-95 North

Use the I-676/Center City Philadelphia Exit. Follow signs to I-676 West, the Vine Street Expressway. Take I-676 West until I-76 East, the Schuylkill Expressway. Before this ramp merges onto I-76, take the 30th Street Station exit (345) which empties onto a one-way street that bends left becoming 30th Street. Go through one light (JFK Blvd.), then turn right onto Market Street. Proceed 4 blocks and turn left onto 34th Street. Entrance to a Penn public parking garage is on the left just before the next traffic light at 34th and Chestnut.

From the Philadelphia International Airport

Visitors driving from the airport should take I-95 North to the I-676/Center City Philadelphia exit, which is approximately seven miles North of the airport. Follow I-676 West (the Vine Street Expressway) until I-76 East (the Schuylkill Expressway). Before this ramp merges onto I-76, take the 30th Street Station exit (345) which empties onto a one-way street that bends left becoming 30th Street. Go through one light (JFK Blvd.), then turn right onto Market Street. Proceed 4 blocks and turn left onto 34th Street. Entrance to a Penn public parking garage is on the left just before the next traffic light at 34th and Chestnut.

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Public Transportation
Philadelphia's mass transit system is SEPTA, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transport Authority.

SEPTA operates a coordinated system of bus, subway, elevated train, and trolley lines that covers all of Philadelphia and parts of the surrounding counties. Penn is well-served by an extensive network of SEPTA public transit stops—never more than a five-minute walk from any part of the campus. To learn more about getting around, visit the SEPTA Travel Center in the Penn Bookstore. In addition to providing help navigating SEPTA, the center offers information on biking, walking, car, and ride-sharing, as well as parking services.

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Biking and Walking
Penn is an ideal campus for cyclists and pedestrians.

Whether you have your own bike or participate in the Indego bike share program, we aim to make navigating campus safe and hassle-free. Please visit Penn Transportation and Parking for more information (and resources) for cyclists and pedestrians.

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Penn Transit
For members of the Penn community, Penn Transit is a great way to get to and around campus.

Students, staff, faculty, and other employees should visit Penn Transportation and Parking for more information about our buses and shuttles, including schedules, routes, and fares.

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Uber Partnership
You can always hail a taxi to get to Penn or request a ride with Uber.

Uber has joined with the University of Pennsylvania to promote safe, on-demand ride-sharing options that supplement Penn’s integrated transportation system, providing point-to-point travel across campus or in situations where other transportation modes are less convenient.