The following web pages may answer some questions you have about getting to the RAID 2001 Symposium at University of California Davis
Driving Directions from Sacramento Airport to Davis
Go south on Airport Blvd. by turning left. Take the I-5 freeway onramp north towards Woodland. Take the Main St. exit towards Highway113 South/Woodland. Turn left onto E. Main St.. Turn left again to take the Hwy.113 South onramp towards Davis. Take the Russell Blvd. exit towards Rd. 31. Turn left onto Russell Blvd. Turn right onto Howard Way and procede to North Gate Entry to campus. There is parking, and visitor information and assistance here. TOTAL DISTANCE: approximately 21 miles ( 33 km)
The Mapquest web page linked here will give you maps to Davis from Sacramento International Airport.
Driving Directions from SF Airport
Go east towards Domestic Terminal by turning left. Turn right onto S. Link Rd. Turn right onto N. McDonnell Rd. Turn right onto Road 18.Turn slight right onto Airport Exit. Take the US-101 North/I-380 West ramp towards I-280/San Francisco/San Bruno. Keep left at the fork in the ramp. Merge onto US-101 North. Take I-80 East towards Bay Bridge and continue on I-80 east towards Sacramento for approx. 70 miles. Take the Hwy 113 North exit towards Woodland. Take the Russell Blvd. exit towards Davis. Turn right onto Russell Blvd. Turn right onto Howard Way and procede to North Gate Entry to campus. There is parking, and visitor information and assistance here. TOTAL ESTIMATED TIME: 1.5 hrs. TOTAL DISTANCE: 86 miles ( 138 km)
The Mapquest web page linked here will give you maps to Davis from San Francisco International Airport.
Transportation from Sacramento and San Francisco Airport
The RAID 2001 Symposium will be held in the Alpha Gamma Rho room at the Buehler Alumni & Visitors Center on the UC Davis campus http://www.alumni.ucdavis.edu/avc/. Visitor parking is available in lots designated as VP. Daily permits are available from yellow vending machines in the lots for $4.00 per day
About UC Davis
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