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Campus Maps | Parking Information

The lot nearest to the Chemical and Nuclear Engineering Building is the Paint Branch Drive lot.

Driving

From Baltimore and Points North
I-95 South to Exit 27, follow signs to U.S. Route 1 South. Go two miles south on U.S. Route 1 and turn right onto Campus Drive, make a right onto Paint Branch Drive, then make a left onto Stadium Drive. The Chemical and Nuclear Engineering building is the third building on the right.

From Points South
I-95 North to Exit 25 and U.S. 1 South. Go two miles south on U.S. Route 1 and turn right onto Campus Drive, make a right onto Paint Branch Drive, then make a left onto Stadium Drive. The Chemical and Nuclear Engineering building is the third building on the right.

From Bowie/Annapolis Areas and Points East
U.S. 50 to the Capital Beltway (I-95/I-495) North, Exit Beltway at Exit 25 and U.S. 1 South; go two miles south on U.S. Route 1 and turn right onto Campus Drive, make a right onto Paint Branch Drive, then make a left onto Stadium Drive. The Chemical and Nuclear Engineering building is the third building on the right.

From Points West
I-495 North to Exit 25. Go two miles south on U.S. Route 1 and turn right onto Campus Drive, make a right onto Paint Branch Drive, then make a left onto Stadium Drive. The Chemical and Nuclear Engineering building is the third building on the right.

From Washington, D.C.
Take 16th St. north to Georgia Ave. North (U.S. 97). Go about 1/4 mile to Capital Beltway (I-495) East, get off at Exit 25 and U.S. 1 South; continue 2 miles on U.S. Route 1 and turn right onto Campus Drive, make a right onto Paint Branch Drive, then make a left onto Stadium Drive. The Chemical and Nuclear Engineering building is the third building on the right.

Metrorail (subway)

Metrorail's Web Site and Map

From Washington, D.C.:
Take the Green Line train toward Greenbelt and get off at the College Park/U of MD station. Get on the UM Shuttle bus for the ride to the campus. Get off at the first campus stop, which will be directly in front of the Glenn L. Martin Institute of Technology. Walk back toward the entrance to campus. Turn left onto Paint Branch Drive. At the first stop sign, turn left onto Stadium Drive. The Chemical and Nuclear Engineering building is the third building on the right.

From the Ronald Reagan National Airport:
Take the Yellow Line train (toward Mt. Vernon Square/UDC) and get off at the Gallery Place/Chinatown station. Then transfer to the Red Line train (toward Wheaton) and get off at the Fort Totten station. Then transfer to the Green Line train (toward Greenbelt) and get off at the College Park/U of MD station. Get on the UM shuttle bus for the free ride to the campus. Get off at the first campus stop, in front of the Glenn L. Martin Institute of Technology. Walk back toward the entrance to campus. Turn left onto Paint Branch Drive. At the first stop sign, turn left onto Stadium Drive. The Chemical and Nuclear Engineering building is the third building on the right.

From the D.C. Bus Station
(serving Greyhound and Trailways):

From the Washington, D.C. bus station (at 1005 First Street N.E.), take Metro Bus 96 to Union Station and get onto the Red Line train (toward Wheaton). Get off at the Fort Totten station. Then transfer to the Green Line train (toward Greenbelt) and get off at the College Park/U of MD station. Get on the UM Shuttle bus for the ride to the campus. Get off at the first campus stop, which will be in front of the Glenn L. Martin Institute of Technology. Walk back toward the entrance to campus. Turn left onto Paint Branch Drive. At the first stop sign, turn left onto Stadium Drive. The Chemical and Nuclear Engineering building is the third building on the right.

From Local Airports

From the Baltimore-Washington International (BWI) Airport:
Upon exiting the airport, follow the signs and get onto I-195 West. Follow I-195 West for about 3.5 miles and get onto I-95 South. Follow I-95 South for about 19 miles and follow the signs to Exit 25. Get off at Exit 25B. Go south on U.S. Route 1 for two miles to the University's Campus Drive entrance on your right. Turn right onto Campus Drive and immediately make another right turn onto Paint Branch Drive. Go straight, and at the second stop sign make a left and then an immediate right into the visitor parking area.

From the Washington Dulles International (IAD) Airport
Upon exiting the airport, follow the Dulles Airport Access Road East for about 13 miles and exit it onto I-495 North. Follow I-495 North for about 18 miles and get off at Exit 25B. Go south on U.S. Route. 1 for two miles to the University's Campus Drive entrance on your right. Turn right onto Campus Drive and immediately make another right turn onto Paint Branch Drive. Go straight, and at the second stop sign make a left and then an immediate right into the visitor parking area.

From Ronald Reagan National (DCA) Airport
Upon exiting the airport to the north (toward Washington, D.C.), get onto the George Washington Memorial Parkway. Within a mile, turn right onto U.S. Route 1/I-395 North (to Washington). Stay in your left lane while crossing the bridge over the Potomac River. (You will follow U.S. Route. 1 through Washington to College Park). After crossing the Potomac and passing the Washington Monument on your left, turn right (east) onto Constitution Avenue. Go eight blocks and turn left (north) onto 6th Street N.W. Go about 1.5 miles and bear right onto Rhode Island Avenue. Then go 7.5 miles to College Park and turn left at the University's Campus Drive entrance. After turning left onto Campus Drive , make an immediate right-hand turn onto Paint Branch Drive. Go straight, and at the second stop sign make a left and then an immediate right into the visitor parking area.

 

   

Chem-Nuc Bldg

The Chemical and Nuclear Engineering Building

Directions for Travel:

Driving
Metrorail
From Local Airports

Questions?

Questions may be sent to hart@umd.edu.

 
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