Directions

Customized USC Map for Workshop on Integrating Systems and Software Engineering

Location: USC Davidson Conference Center (map) (for dates of 10/29, 10/30, 11/2). Parking is available at Parking Structure D (PSD)

 

110 (Harbor Freeway) North 1:

Take the Exposition Boulevard exit. 2. Go straight through the 37th Street light. Keep left. 3. Go under the freeway bridge and across Flower Street to Figueroa Street. 4. Turn right onto Figueroa Street. Turn left onto Jefferson Blvd. and another left at Royal into Gate 4, Parking Structure D (PSD).

110 (Harbor/Pasadena Freeway) South 1:

Take the Exposition Boulevard exit. Keep/turn right. 2. Go across Flower Street to Figueroa Street. 3. Turn right onto Figueroa Street. Continue northbound on Figueroa to Jefferson, turn left. Turn left at Royal into Gate 4, Parking Structure D (PSD).

10 (Santa Monica Freeway) East 1:

Take the VERMONT exit. 2. Turn right onto Vermont (southbound). 3. Turn left onto Jefferson Blvd (eastbound). 4. Turn right at Royal into Gate 4, Parking Structure D (PSD).

10 (Santa Monica Freeway) West 1:

Take the 110 (Harbor/Pasadena Freeway) south towards San Pedro. 2. Take the Exposition Boulevard exit. Keep/turn right. 3. Go across Flower Street to Figueroa Street. 4. Turn right onto Figueroa Street. Continue northbound on Figueroa to Jefferson, turn left. Turn left at Royal into Gate 4, Parking Structure D (PSD).

405 (San Diego Freeway) South or North 1:

Transition to the 10 (Santa Monica Freeway) east heading toward Los Angeles. 2. See above directions for the 10 (Santa Monica Freeway) east or west.

101 (Hollywood/Ventura Freeway) South or North 1:

Transition to the 110 (Harbor Freeway) south. 2. See above directions for 110 (Harbor Freeway) south.

5 (Golden State/Santa Ana Freeway) South or North 1:T

ransition to the 110 (Harbor Freeway) south. 2. See above directions for 110 (Harbor Freeway) south. Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) 1. Take the 105 (Century Freeway) east. 2. Transition to the 110 (Harbor Freeway) north. 3. See above directions for 110 (Harbor Freeway) north.

FOR USC CAMPUS MAP GO TO: http://www.usc.edu/assets/maps/upc_map.gif The Davidson Conference Center is located at the corner of Davidson and Figueroa Street. Parking arrangements have been for Parking Structure D (PSD). For a more detailed map of the Davidson Conference Center in relation to parking structure entrances, please see map here.

 

Customized USC Map for COCOMO® Forum

Location: Gerontology Center (map), for dates of 11/1, 11/2. Parking is available at Parking Structure A (PSA)

 

110 (Harbor Fwy) North:

Take the Exposition exit. Go straight through the 37th Street light. Keep left. Go under the freeway bridge. Cross Flower at the light and, pass Figueroa St. and turn right at the light on Watt way. Enter campus at gate #1.

110 (Harbor/Pasadena Fwy) South:

Take the Exposition exit. Cross Figueroa St. Turn right at the light on Watt way. Enter campus at gate #1.

10 (Santa Monica Fwy) East:

Take the Vermont exit, turn right on to South Vermont. Go all the way to Exposition Blvd. Turn left on Exposition Blvd. Turn left on Watt way. Enter campus at gate #1.

10 (Santa Monica Fwy) West:

Take the Vermont exit, turn left on to South Vermont Go all the way to Exposition Blvd. Turn left on Exposition Blvd. Turn left on Watt way. Enter campus at gate #1.

405 (San Diego Fwy) South or North:

Take the 405 to the 10 (Santa Monica Freeway). Go east (Los Angeles) on the 10. Take the Vermont exit, turn right on to South Vermont. Go all the way to Exposition Blvd. Turn left on Exposition Blvd. Turn left on Watt way. Enter campus at gate #1.

101 (Hollywood/Ventura) South or North:

Take the 110 going south. Take the Exposition exit. Cross Figueroa St. Turn right at the light on Watt way. Enter campus at gate #1.

5 (Golden State/Santa Ana) South or North:

Take the 5 to the 110. Go south on the 110. Take the Exposition exit. Cross Figueroa St. Turn right at the light on Watt way. Enter campus at gate #1.

 

 
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