Penn’s campus is well served by an extensive network of subway, bus, regional rail, and trolley lines that are located around the campus where public transit stops are never more than a five-minute walk from any part of campus. Discounted passes for the Philadelphia and New Jersey transit systems are available to full-time Penn students, and to assist Penn faculty and staff commuters who choose to use public transportation, Penn offers discounted options and pre-tax benefits through a variety of programs.
University Transit Options
Penn Transit's comprehensive system provides integrated transit on and around campus free of charge to all PennCard holders.
The SEPTA-operated shuttle connecting Penn’s campus and 30th Street Station.
Alternative Modes of Transportation
Penn’s Carpool Program applies faculty and staff parking discounts through pre-tax payroll deductions.
Penn is a pedestrian-friendly environment with Locust Walk, its iconic pedestrian street running through the center of campus.
- Information about where to park, permits, policies, applications, and fee schedules for students and faculty/staff.
- Where to park at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
To support commuters who choose to use public transportation, Penn offers discounted parking options for times when it is necessary to drive to campus.
Interactive parking map for the University’s schools, hospitals, and medical centers. The map includes hours of operation, rates, and GPS coordinates for each parking facility.
The Ruth and Raymond Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine is located adjacent to the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.