The nees@UCLA project is located on the campus of the University of California, Los Angeles. If you plan to watch experiments conducted by nees@UCLA, please refer to this page as a guide to using public and private transportation effectively.
From LAX to UCLA
The closest major airport to UCLA is the Los Angeles International Airport, LAX. From LAX, take the 405 Freeway north to the Wilshire Blvd. East exit. Continue east on Wilshire for several blocks, moving from the far right lane to the left. Make a left turn on Westwood Blvd. Follow Westwood Blvd. into campus.
Please see a map with directions from LAX to UCLA
UCLA's main campus is bounded by Sunset Blvd. on the north and Le Conte Ave. on the south; the east border is Hilgard Ave. and the west border is Gayley Ave. Boelter Hall is located on the southern end of campus, north of Le Conte Ave.
Please see interactive campus map of UCLA or PDF black and white map.
Directions to UCLA (via other means)
Four bus lines run to and from UCLA:
- MTA lines 2 or 302, and 761 bring you to campus. You can transfer to these lines from other MTA buses.
- Santa Monica Big Blue Bus Lines 1, 2, 3, 8, 12 bring you to campus. You can transfer from other Big Blue Bus lines.
- Culver City Bus - Line 6 brings you directly to campus, with transfers available from Lines 1-5.
- LAX Flyaway Bus is convenient way to travel to and from LAX to UCLA. This is a direct service and stops by every terminal at LAX.
Also check a Commuter Guide from the UCLA website.