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Driving Directions

Directions:

From I-64

Get off at exit 118B for the Route 29/250 Bypass. Go approximately 2 miles and take the off ramp for Route 250 East Business (Ivy Road). Turn right off the exit ramp and follow Ivy Road. At the fourth traffic light, turn right on Route 29 Business/Emmet Street. Continue 1/2 block. Turn left into the University of Virginia Central Grounds Parking Garage (hourly fees), which is directly in front of Newcomb Hall.

From I-66 via US Route 29 North

Take I-66 from Northern Virginia past Manassas. Take the exit marked "Route 29 South - Gainesville." Proceed to Charlottesville, where Route 29 becomes Emmet Street. Pass University Hall basketball arena on the right. Proceed straight through the traffic light at the intersection of Route 250 Business (University Avenue/Ivy Road). Continue 1/2 block. Turn left into the University of Virginia Central Grounds Parking Garage (hourly fees), which is directly in front of Newcomb Hall.

How to Get to the U.Va. Health System

From the North

Take US Route 29 South until you drive under the US 250 Bypass. Remain on 29 South Business (Emmet Street) and continue past the intersection with US Route 250 Business (University Avenue/Ivy Road). Pass the Ruffner Hall-Curry School of Education on your right. Proceed under the railroad overpass and follow the road to the left (It now becomes Jefferson Park Avenue). Keep left and follow the signs to the Medical Center/University Hospital. Watch for overhead signs that indicate parking garages on Lee Street to the right.

From the East via I-64

Take I-64 West to Exit 118B. Proceed on US 29 North, then take the US 29 North Business exit. Turn right onto Fontaine Avenue after coming off the ramp. Follow the signs to the Medical Center/University Hospital. Continue on US 29 North Business to the traffic light. After the traffic light, you will be on Jefferson Park Avenue. Follow Jefferson Park Avenue as it bears to the right. Watch for overhead signs indicating parking garages to the right on Lee Street.

From the South

Take US Route 29 North to the US 29 North Business exit. Turn right when coming off the exit ramp onto Fontaine Avenue. Follow the signs to the Medical Center/University Hospital. Continue on US 29 North Business to the traffic light. After the traffic light, you will be on Jefferson Park Avenue. Follow Jefferson Park Avenue as it bears to the right. Watch for overhead signs indicating parking garages to the right on Lee Street.

From the West via I-64

Take I-64 East to Exit 118B. Proceed on US 29 North, then take the US 29 North Business exit. Turn right onto Fontaine Avenue after coming off the ramp. Follow the signs to the Medical Center/University Hospital. Continue on US 29 North Business to the traffic light. After the traffic light, you will be on Jefferson Park Avenue. Follow Jefferson Park Avenue as it bears to the right. Watch for overhead signs indicating parking garages to the right on Lee Street.



Parking at the University of Virginia

University Hospital and Primary Care Center Parking

Parking is available in two garages located on Lee Street - Hospital Parking Garage East and West. Parking is free to patients and their visitors. Have your garage ticket validated at the clinic you are visiting (for patients) or the Information Desk (for visitors) in the hospital main lobby. Information on other parking options, including oversize vehicles, is available at the hospital entrance. For more information or special assistance, call (434) 924-DOCS (3627) or (800) 251-3627.

Visitor Parking and Parking for People with Disabilities

Hourly visitor parking and parking for persons with disabilities are available at the Central Grounds Parking Garage, and Lee Street Parking Garage near the Hospital. For more parking information call (434) 924-7231.

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