Engineering Insights 2011

Transportation

By Air

We strongly urge you to fly into the Santa Barbara airport—although it may cost slightly more than flying into LA, the time and hassle saved will be more than worth it.

For those of you who must fly into LAX, there is a shuttle service, Santa Barbara Airbus. The price is $84 roundtrip (online advance purchase) and takes approximately 2 hours in the best of traffic.

By Train

Amtrak terminals are located in Santa Barbara (12–15 miles from UCSB) and Goleta (3 miles from UCSB).

By Car

U.S. 101 From the South

Take the Airport/UCSB exit (Highway 217) off U.S. 101 approximately eight miles north of Santa Barbara to UCSB’s Henley Gate (East Gate). Make a right turn as you enter the round-a-bout onto Mesa Road. Make a left turn into Lot #10, a multi-story parking structure, and proceed to the top level.

U.S. 101 From the North

Take the Los Carneros exit (Number 107) off U.S. 101 approximately 10 miles north of Santa Barbara. Continue on Los Carneros for about 1.5 miles. Make a left turn onto Mesa Road. Continue on Mesa Rd. At the third traffic light, make a right turn into Lot #10, a multi-story parking structure, and proceed to the top level.

By Taxi

American Taxi (805) 689-0683
Crown Cab (805) 689-0234
Orange Cab (805) 964-2800
Rose Cab (805) 564-2600
Santa Barbara Taxi (805) 895-2422
Yellow Cab (805) 965-5111

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Travel Contact

Britta Dysart
(805) 893-5177
Events Manager
College of Engineering

Event Location and Parking

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