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The Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library is located in the University of Utah Health Sciences Center, directly south of University Hospital, northeast of the College of Nursing, east of the Utah State Health Department, and west of the Eccles Institute of Human Genetics. Signs on Wasatch Drive, Mario Capecchi Drive, Medical Drive, Medical Drive South and North Medical Drive mark the route to the Eccles Library.
Free shuttle service is available across campus from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Night service on the Blue Route continues until 10:00 p.m. on weekdays. There is no shuttle service on weekends or University holidays; there is reduced service during semester breaks. Campus shuttle bus stops within walking distance of the Eccles Library include the entrance to the University Hospital and the Rocky Mountain Center for Occupational and Environmental Health.
See the Campus Shuttle Schedules website for detailed schedule times and route maps.
Utah Transit Authority (UTA) buses stop at many points on and near the University of Utah campus. The closest stops to the Library include:
Salt Lake City has designated bicycle routes to the University of Utah campus. Bike racks are located close to building entrances. There is a 10 M.P.H. bicycle speed limit on campus.
In addition, UTA provides bike racks on all buses that come to the University of Utah. For more information about bikes on buses call BUS-INFO or visit their website at http://www.utabus.com
The University of Utah campus is criss-crossed with sidewalks. Park your car on lower campus and then take the Campus Shuttle to the Health Sciences Center; or walk across campus, uphill pass the Eccles Broadcast Center, the State Health Department and on up to the Eccles Library
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Page updated: Wed, 2017-01-04