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By Car

Interstate 95
From north: Connect to I-91 North in New Haven; take Exit 3 (Trumbull Street) and following directions below for I-91.
From south: Connect to CT-34 (Exit 47, on left) towards Downtown New Haven. Take Exit 1 and make a right onto Church Street. Turn left on Chapel Street, then turn right on College Street. Continue on College St. for 1.5 blocks; Cross Campus and WLH will be on your left.

Interstate 91
From north or south: Take Exit 3 (Trumbull Street). Continue to end of Trumbull Street to the fourth traffic light. Turn left onto Prospect Street and continue for one block. Prospect Street becomes College Street at this point. Continue for 1.5 blocks; Cross Campus and WLH will be on your right.

Route 15 (Wilbur Cross/Merritt Parkways)
From north: Take Exit 61. Drive south on Whitney Avenue for approximately 5 miles. Turn right on Sachem Street at the Peabody Museum traffic light. Continue to next traffic light (at Prospect Street) and turn left. Proceed for two blocks until Prospect Street becomes College Street at the Woolsey Hall Rotunda. Continue on College Street for 1.5 blocks; Cross Campus and WLH will be on your right.
From south: Take Exit 57. Drive east on Route 34 (Derby Avenue) for approximately 5 miles past the Yale Athletic Fields. Take a left onto Route 10 North, Ella T. Grass Boulevard. Proceed to fifth traffic light, and turn right onto Whalley Avenue. Continue straight for 1.3 miles. Whalley becomes Broadway, and Broadway becomes Elm Street. Take the third left onto College Street and continue for 1.5 blocks. Cross Campus and WLH will be on your left.

By Train

Amtrak and MetroNorth trains stop at the New Haven Union Station. From there, take a taxi to Cross Campus (at the intersection of College Street and Wall Street). The fare should be about $8.

Parking

Unfortunately, Yale does not maintain a visitor’s parking lot. On-street metered parking close to Cross Campus is available on College Street, High Street, York Street, Elm Street, and Hillhouse Ave. There are also a number of parking garages in New Haven.tree