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How to Get to UCLA, Sunset Village Address UCLA by nbb15623

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									                              How to Get to UCLA, Sunset Village

Address
UCLA Sunset Village
330 De Neve Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90024-1387
Phone: (310) 825-2075
Fax: (310) 825-7092

Driving to UCLA
From Lax

•   Take Century Blvd. to 405 Freeway North
•   Follow "Via 405" directions

Via 10 (Santa Monica Freeway)

•   Take the 10 to 405 Freeway North
•   Follow "Via 405" directions

Via 405 (San Diego Freeway)
Take the 405 Fwy. to the Sunset Blvd. exit east. Turn right on Bellagio Drive, which is one street
east of Veteran Ave. Turn left at the T-intersection (De Neve Drive), drive past the Sunset
Canyon Recreation Center, and you will see the entrance to the Sunset Village parking lot on
your right (before the next T-intersection at Charles E. Young Drive). The parking attendant will
sell you an $8 permit. If the lot is full, they will redirect you to another lot. To get to the parking
kiosk nearest to Sunset Village, take Sunset Boulevard to Westwood Plaza (on the north end of
campus). The kiosk will be directly ahead of you inside parking lot 4. There is no campus shuttle
service directly to Sunset Village. General driving directions to UCLA can be found at
http://www.ucla.edu/map/.

If you are coming from an on-campus location: Take Charles E. Young Drive West, past the
Drake Stadium, and turn left onto De Neve Drive. Make an immediate left into the Sunset
Village parking lot. The parking attendant will sell you an $8 permit. If the lot is full, they will
redirect you to another lot (see above).

Special instructions for permit holders: Yellow permit holders must obtain a temporary permit
prior to entering the Sunset Village parking lot. Temporary permits can be obtained from any
parking kiosk on campus; they cannot be issued by the parking attendants at the Sunset Village
parking lot. Blue permit holders will be able to park in any lot.

Sunset Village is located in the Northwest part of UCLA, in section [C,3] of the UCLA Campus
sector map (http://www.ucla.edu/map/index.html).

Taking a Bus to UCLA (see the map below)
•   At the LAX terminal area, take an Airport Shuttle Bus to Parking Lot C. This is a free
    service
•   Get off at the first stop after leaving the terminal area. You will be on 96th St.
•   Walk east (opposite to the bus direction, away from the terminal) on 96th St. to the City Bus
    Center (about 100 m or 300 ft).
•   Take a Culver City Bus No. 6 to UCLA. The bus fare is 75 cents. The bus stop is inside
    away from the street.
•   The UCLA stop is the final stop in front of Engineering IV building. From here, walk west
    on Strathmore Drive, and north on Charles Young Drive to Sunset Village.

Los Angeles International Airport (http://www.los-angeles-lax.com/)
Los Angeles International Airport Ground Transportation

 Introduction
 Los Angeles International Airport is served directly by shuttle, bus, and taxi. Public
 transportation is also available for travel both to and from the airport.

 Shuttle Services
 Outbound buses, shuttles, hotel or rental cars, and courtesy vans can be picked up from the
 designated areas on the lower / arrival level islands in front of each terminal. The areas are
 signed Van, LAX Shuttle, Bus Stop, and Courtesy Tram.

 The FlyAway bus service leaves Terminal 1 and picks up on the lower level at the Bus Stop
 sign. Between 5:30 am and 12:00 midnight, the service runs every 30 minutes. From 12:00
 midnight to 5:30 am, it runs 12:15 am, 12:30 am, 1:15 am, 2:15 am, 2:45 am, 3:30 am, 4:15
 am, and 4:45 am.

 Free shuttle service to the Metropolitan Transit Authority Metro Green Line Light Rail's
 Aviation station also leaves from the lower level under the LAX Shuttle sign.

 Inbound transportation unloads on the upper level. Use the "A" bus for airlink connections.
 Frequent, free shuttles are available between each terminal for making airline connections.
 Use the "A" shuttle from under the LAX Shuttle sign.

 Bus Services
 City buses can be boarded adjacent to parking lot "C" by taking the "C" shuttle. Other public
 buses serving LAX include Culver City Bus Lines, Santa Monica Big Blue Bus, and Torrance
 Transit. Bus information is available in the baggage claim area of each terminal.

 Taxi Services
 Taxis are available from curbside on the lower level. Passengers will be given a ticket stating
 the typical fare to major destinations. Airport authorized taxis will display an official seal.
 Passengers using unauthorized transportation services do so at their own risk.

Los Angeles International Airport Terminal Information

 Introduction
 Each terminal at Los Angeles International Airport serves several airlines and a large number
 of destinations. Each terminal has a variety of restaurants, bars, newsstands, and shops.
 Business services, banks, and ATMs are also available. The Tom Bradley Terminal is LAX's
 principal terminal and offers additional services including a first-aid station and direct
 telephone service for hotel and car reservations.

 Terminal 1
Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 1 serves America West, Southwest, and US
Airways. It contains gates 1-13.

Terminal 2
Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 2 serves Air Canada / Canadian, Air China, Air
Mobility Command, Air New Zealand, Hawaiian Air, Interstate Jet, Jetsgo, KLM, Miami Air,
Northwest, Omni Air, Virgin Atlantic, and World Airlines (AMC).

Terminal 3
Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 3 serves AirTran Airways, Alaska, American
TransAir (ATA), Frontier, Horizon, Midwest Express, and West Jet. It contains gates 30-39.

Terminal 4
Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 4 serves American Airlines, American Eagle, and
Qantas arrivals / departures. It contains gates 41-48.

Terminal 5
Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 5 serves Aerolitoral, Aeromexico (arrivals), Air
France, Air Jamaica, Air Tahiti Nui, China Southern, Delta, Legend Airlines, Omni, Song,
Spirit, and Sun Country. It contains gates 50-58.

Terminal 6
Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 6 serves Continental Airlines, Copa Airlines,
United (International), and United Express. It contains gates 60-69.

Terminal 7
Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 7 serves Ted, United, and United Express. It
contains gates 70-78.

Terminal 8
Los Angeles International Airport Terminal 8 serves United Airlines. It contains gates 80-88.

Tom Bradley International Terminal
The Tom Bradley International Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport serves Aero
California, Aeroflot, Aer Lingus, Air India, Air Pacific, Air Tahiti Nui, Alaska, All Nippon
Airways, Asiana Airlines, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, China Eastern,
Copa Airlines, El Al Israel, EVA Air, HMY Airlines, Japan Airlines, Korean Air, Lacsa
Airlines, LanChile, LanPeru, LTU, Lufthansa, Malaysia, Mexicana Airlines, Omni Air
International, Philippine Airlines, Qantas (departures), Singapore Airlines, Sun Country
Airlines, Swiss International, TACA, Thai Airways, and VARIG Brazilian Airlines.

								
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