Location and Parking
Building 160, also known as Wallenberg Hall, is located on the north side of the Main Quad. From the Oval, use the ramped path to the right of the steps to reach the arcade level. Turn left at the arcade and proceed down the Outer Quad arcade. Building 160 is on the right, just past Building 120.
To locate Wallenberg Research Link, go through the left-side main doors of the building and take the stairs on the left to the 2nd floor. We are the first suite, #200.
Parking on the "Oval" is restricted to 'A' permit, 'Disabled Parking' and 'Zipcar' 6 am - 6 pm. Visitor Parking can be found on Roth Way and is enforced 8 am - 4 pm.
More information can be found at: https://transportation.stanford.edu/parking.
Visitors have several options for parking:
- Lomita Drive in front of the Cantor Arts Center — 4-hour maximum; one visit per day
- Roth Way — 2-hour maximum; one visit per day
- Memorial Way (near Memorial Auditorium)
Payment for visitor parking has transitioned to a contactless process using the ParkMobile app, website, or phone. Please visit the Stanford Transportation website for detailed instructions on how to pay for parking, rate information and ParkMobile zone numbers at Stanford.
A ramp is located to the right of the main staircase at the center of the Quad. There are two accessible entrances to Building 160, one equipped with a power-operated door, located via the Outer Quad arcade. (There is also an accessible entrance that connects Building 160 and Building 200 through a doorway on the east side of Wallenberg Hall Floor 1, near a lounge area.) Once inside the Wallenberg Hall main entrance lobby, head down the hallway to the left to access the elevator which is located towards the rear of the building. The elevator is used to access both Building 160 and 170. Once inside the elevator, the button panel to access all floors of “Building 160” is straight ahead.
The Marguerite shuttle stop is directly in front of the Main Quad on Jane Stanford Way. Disabled parking is located at the top of the Oval on either side for close access to the front of the Main Quad.
Parking access with a state-issued placard
Stanford University complies with all state, federal and local laws regarding equal access for persons with disabilities. Individuals with state-issued disability parking placards (from any state) can park in any marked space on campus. This includes:
- Designated blue disabled-access spaces
- Commuter (‘A’, ‘C’, ‘Z’, etc.) and residential permit spaces (‘ES’, ‘EA’, etc.)
- Visitor pay parking spaces
- Service vehicle spaces
Locations of disability parking throughout campus can be found via the searchable campus map [https://campus-map.stanford.edu] by selecting the Parking & Transportation section and then by checking the "Disabled Parking" box.
Temporary Disabled Parking
If you have a temporary disability, you may apply for a single temporary “Service Vehicle” courtesy permit good for up to one week from Stanford Transportation. If a permit of longer duration is necessary, you will need to apply for a DMV disability placard. Note: These permits are NOT VALID IN DISABLED PARKING SPACES.
DisGo Cart Service
Disability Golf (DisGo) Cart Service is a complimentary curb-to-curb transportation service managed by Stanford Transportation. If you are an eligible student, staff, faculty member, or Continuing Studies student with a disability or medical condition, DisGo can provide travel between core campus locations with a vehicle that will accommodate your needs. DisGo provides transportation to and from most buildings within the core campus in areas that are not served by the Marguerite Shuttle. For more information or to schedule your rides, please go to DisGo or call (415) 404-1059.