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West Texas Applied Math Graduate Minisymposium
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FLYING TO LUBBOCK

Service to Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport (LBB) includes Southwest Airlines, United Airlines, and American Airlines. Available transportation service from the airport, located approximately 15 minutes from the minisymposium location, includes Uber, Yellow Cab (806) 765-7777, Royal Coach Towne Car Service (806) 795-3888, White Knights Limousines (806) 747-4935. Traditional cab fare to/from the airport is approximately $20.

DRIVING TO LUBBOCK

Centrally located between Dallas, Texas, and Albuquerque, New Mexico, Interstate 27 connects the city of Lubbock with two east-west interstate systems, I-20 and I-40. State highways 82, 84, 87, and 114 also provide easy access to cities throughout the region. The following numbers may also provide more information: Emergency Road Conditions - (806) 745-4411, Texas Department of Transportation - (806) 745-4411, Tourist Information - (800) 452-9292.

NAVIGATING LUBBOCK AND THE TTU CAMPUS

Weather: Click here to view a description of the average weather conditions during the month of April.

Parking: Click here to view parking information for campus visitors. In general, both free and pay-to-park ($1.50/hr or $9/day) visitor parking spots are distributed throughout the TTU campus, and parking information can be obtained at any of the campus entry stations during normal business hours. Please pay careful attention to signage. During the weekend, it is free to park in any spot not specifically marked as being 24-hour reserved.

Campus Map: For more information about getting around on campus, view the Campus Map.

MINISYMPOSIUM MAP

The following map shows pin points of the locations relevant to the minisymposium.

The red pin point refers to the location where the minisymposium will take place (Student Union Building of Texas Tech). The yellow pin point is Lubbock's Airport. Green pin points are lodging locations. The brown pin point indicates the location of the barbecue.