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Directions, Parking and Transportation

Rogel Cancer Center Parking Structure Map
Click on the image to open and download a larger, printable map which includes information on all of the Medical Campus -- including parking structures.

Directions to the University of Michigan Medical Campus

Download and print a map of the University of Michigan Medical Campus. This map includes information for appointments in the A. Alfred Taubman Building, C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, Von Voitlander's Women's Hospital, University Hospital, Med Inn Building and the Rogel Cancer Center.

Additional information (such as floor maps and parking) can be found on our Maps and Directions page.

Directions to Health Centers and/or the Radiation Oncology Network Network

Click on the appropriate location link:

Health Care Centers

Radiation Oncology Network:


Parking for the Rogel Cancer Center is a six-level structure called P-1, located next to the building entrance on Medical Center Drive. P-1 is intended for use by cancer center patients and the family/friends who accompany them to appointments.


Monday through Friday:    6am - 11pm
Saturday:     6am - 10pm
Sunday: Closed.

If you need to visit the cancer center on Sunday, parking is available in the University Hospital/Taubman Center Parking Structure (P2/P3) East Medical Center Drive. Open and download a printable map with more information. [pdf]

After you park

Once inside the cancer center, clinic staff will emboss patient registration card information on the parking ticket and inpatient units will stamp parking tickets, identifying them as patients or guests. Note that patients and primary caregivers whose income falls below federal poverty guidelines may qualify for a reduced parking fee. (See Parking - Main Medical Center for more information).

Handicapped spaces are available in the parking structures. Patients must display a Handicapped Permit. Regular fees apply unless an exemption certified by a doctor appears on the permit application.

Handicapped Permit Applications can be obtained at any Secretary of State office; copies are also available at the registration desk in the cancer center lobby or from Social Work. Valet parking is also available for a fee at the main entrance of the cancer center. Valet parking tickets are not eligible for discounts.

Valet Parking

Front-door valet parking is available at the cancer center for a fee. Hours: 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday; not available on weekends. For more information, including current fees, call Valet Parking at 734-936-6641.

Parking at the Ann Arbor Main Medical Campus


Call Entrance Services at 734-936-6641. Someone will be available to answer your call 7 a.m. - 11 p.m. Monday through Friday and 7 a.m. - 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Other important phone numbers
Hospital Security: 734-936-7890
Parking and Transportation: 734-764-7474

Additional Parking/Transportation Resources

Public Transportation

Ann Arbor Area Transit Authority
The reliable Ann Arbor Transit Authority (AAATA, known as "The Ride") city bus system is easy to use and provides transportation to U-M Hospitals and Health Centers.

The AATAA #23A and #23B buses stop at the main entrance to University Hospital and the Taubman Health Center.
The #4 bus stops near the new C.S. Mott Children's Hospital and Von Voigtlander Women's Hospital.
You can board these and other buses at any one of over 1,000 bus stops in the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area.

AAATA Rides for Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities
Individuals with disabilities or who need assistance with getting to the Intercampus shuttle bus can travel to the Taubman Health Center using the A-Ride or ADA Eligibility Card service provided by the Ann Arbor Transportation Authority (AAATA) and then board an Intercampus East shuttle bus to Domino's Farms. Please note: These AAATA programs do not cover direct rides to Domino's Farms, which is outside of the AATA program service area.

U-M Bus System
The University of Michigan bus system provides free service at 10 to 20 minute intervals throughout the day, connecting our East, North and Central, Medical and Athletic campuses.

  • For additional information, call 734-764-3428.

The local Greyhound Bus Depot is located at 116 W. Huron Street in downtown Ann Arbor.

  • For additional information regarding fees schedules and other bus lines using this depot, call 734-662-5511.

Area taxi companies

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