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 Parking     October 22, 2014  

Patient Parking Information

Directions to South Campus

Patient Parking Brochure (printable PDF)

Most patient care facilities are located in Squire Hall on the University at Buffalo's South Campus on Main Street near the intersection with Bailey Avenue. It is easily accessible from Millersport Highway (Route 263), Main St. (Route 5), or Bailey Ave. (Route 62). Parking is available in the shaded lots on the map to the right with a daily permit obtained from the reception desk in Squire Hall.

Limited patient parking is available immediately adjacent to the School of Dental Medicine in the Squire Hall lot. Additional parking is available in the Main & Bailey lot*, and the Michael-Farber lot off Bailey Avenue. Permits are required and must be properly displayed. Designated spaces for those with official handicapped hang tags are available in all patient parking lots. Parking in the circle adjacent to the main entrance to the School of Dental Medicine is NOT allowed. This area needs to remain clear for emergency vehicles to access the building.

The South Campus Station, a short walk from Squire Hall, is served by NFTA Metro Bus and Rail.


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