BAPGX Map and travel instructions



To see the full version of this map in your browser, go here.

The red star indicates Alway, the building where the meeting takes place (room M106).

The red dot is a link that takes you to Google Maps so that you can get directions.


In the upper right of the screenshot is the Palo Alto Caltrain station indicated by a little train (15-20 min walk).

If you are taking the Caltrain from San Francisco, don’t forget that the train operates under weekend schedule; so you will need to take the 8:15 am departing from San Francisco Caltrain station in order to arrive at the Palo Alto station at 9:17 am. David Enard (@DavidEnard) will be at the Palo Alto station at 9:17am to guide attendees walking to the venue.
If you are a bike enthusiast you might consider bringing your bike on the train, as you can bike from the Palo Alto Caltrain station to the Alway Building on the Stanford Campus. The walk from the Caltrain to the main campus takes about 15-20 minutes. If you do bring your bike on the train, María Ávila (@maricugh), will be your bike guide to the venue.

Parking on campus

Please ride share! Find out about carpooling here in the google doc.
There are several free public parking spots close to the Alway Building (indicated by “P” on the screenshot). Free public spots are indicated by signs with a big green P.

You can take the 101 or the 280 (but the 280 is much prettier!). On the map we created you can see the exits you need to take.

If you have any questions, send us an email ( or give us a call (617 417 7311).

2 thoughts on “BAPGX Map and travel instructions

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