KU NASA’s 60th anniversary Symposium - Department of Physics and Astronomy

Getting Around Lawrence

Public Transportation

The Lawrence Transit website has information regarding the bus system. The regular fare is $1 for a one-way trip, or you can buy a day pass for $2.75. Route information and bus schedules can be found online. Most bus routes serve the KU campus.

Car services such as Uber and Lyft are also available in Lawrence.  You can find estimates regarding their fares online and access their services through their respective mobile apps.

Parking at KU

The symposium will take place in the Integrated Science Building (ISB), which is identified on campus maps as CDS1 (Central District Science Building 1). 

The KU parking map is found here: Parking_map.pdf 

Lot 54 will be open and free to use. Additional parking can be found in the Allen Fieldhouse Parking Garage (AFPK) directly south (across Irving Hill Road) from Lot 54, but there is a charge to park in AFPK. The details on the procedure for paying and the associated costs can be found on the lower half of this webpage: https://parking.ku.edu/parking-garage-changes

More information and visiting parking can be found on the KU Parking and Transit Office website.


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