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Bus arriving, MayFest 07
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Parking & Transit Services

General Public Parking
The lots west of the Carrier Dome will be used for general public parking. Parking Service employees will be watching for event-goers and directing them into available parking spaces.

Free shuttle bus operates every fifteen minutes between the parking lots and main campus. Additionally, a special evening shuttle bus will operate every ten minutes MayFest evening.

Directions From Route 81
North and South exit at Adams Street and operate via Adams Street (up the hill) to a right on Irving Avenue (to the end) then right on Raynor Avenue and watch for attendant to direct you into the lot. Parking is free for those attending the event.

South Campus Employees (including Manley, Bawkins Bldg., and Physical Plant)
South Campus employees will be allowed to park in the lots west of the Carrier Dome if they are planning to attend the event (a Hot News is recommended). Someone will be there to direct them into the available parking lot.

School Buses
The school bus stop will be clearly marked near Gate N of the Carrier Dome. Gate N is behind Steele Hall close to the opening between the Physics Building and Archbold North.

The bus stop at Gate N will be used as both the pick-up and drop-off location and is the only stop that buses will use.

Directions for School Buses:
81 north or south to Adams Street, take Adams Street up the hill to right on Irving Avenue, left on Waverly Avenue, right on South Crouse Avenue (next right), continue across University Place onto Crouse Drive and up the hill toward the Carrier Dome, someone will be there to direct you to Gate N.

Parking for School Buses:
Buses will park at the Henry Street lot, west of the Carrier Dome. The Henry Street lot is off of Henry Street between Van Buren and Raynor. There will be a Syracuse University official at Gate N that will help you get to that location.

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