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Find Maps & Resources

Learn more about the transportation services available to you to help you plan your SRWC commute.

SRWC’s transportation program is focused on meeting commuters’ and visitors’ needs, including sustainable transportation options. Stanford offers a free Caltrain Go Pass, SamTrans pass, and VTA SmartPass, for eligible commuters, along with bicycle amenities and free shuttle services. Questions? Contact us at commuteclub@stanford.edu.

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Employee Parking

Find out where to park, how virtual parking permits work, parking permit rates, electric vehicle charging, and more.

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Visitor Parking

There are no parking kiosks at Barron Garage, so visitor parking can only be purchased through the ParkMobile app. See what you need to know about visitor parking.

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Commute Resources

Learn about commute benefits and find sample commute maps and resources to help you discover the best SRWC commute for you.  

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Transit

Eligible SRWC employees ride for free on Caltrain, SamTrans, and VTA and can save on other passes or transit parking by using pre-tax dollars.

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Shuttle Services

Catch a free shuttle between Caltrain and Stanford Redwood City. Commute.org offers free peak-commute service and Stanford’s free Marguerite shuttle provides midday service.

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Bicycle Program

Stanford Transportation provides sample bike routes between the Redwood City Caltrain station and SRWC, and other bike information, including secure bike storage and bike safety tips.

Avoid Street Parking

SRWC Operations and Stanford Transportation ask that employees avoid street parking, as it negatively impacts our surrounding neighborhoods.

Redwood City has a residential parking permit program in place for neighborhoods adjacent to SRWC to discourage long-term parking by people who do not live in the neighborhood. Violating offenders can then be issued parking citations by local authorities.