Getting There

Venue

Room 2005, Emerging Technologies Building

 

101 Bizzell St.
College Station, TX 77843

Texas A&M University’s Emerging Technologies building opened its doors to students, faculty and researchers in Fall 2011. This state-of-the-art building was designed to help bring together the brightest minds across disciplines, colleges and institutions to educate students, conduct landmark research and to develop new and innovative technologies to improve health, homeland security and economic development.

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Travel

College Station Airport (CLL)

You can directly fly to College Station. Two major airlines, United and American Airlines have connections to College Station Easterwood Field Airport (CLL) through Houston and Dallas, respectively. The airport is 5 minutes to Campus. The airport has car rentals and taxis. Flights to College Station tend to be expensive, please consider other options below.

Houston Airport (IAH) and Shuttle Service From IAH

The closest major airport to College Station is Houston international Airport (IAH). There is a shuttle service from Houston International Airport (IAH) to College Station. The price is $35-40 for one way. You need to book in advance fromĀ http://www.groundshuttle.com/. You can contact them at (855)303-4415.

 

Driving directions

You can also easily drive to College Station from most major cities in Texas. Driving to Texas A&M takes 1.5-2 hours from Houston, about 2 hours from Austin, 3-3.5 hours from the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex, and about 3.5 hours from San Antonio.

From North Austin:

290 E to State Route 21
East on Route 21 to Hwy 47 (on the outskirts of Bryan near Texas A&M Riverside Campus)
Head east on Hwy 47 (which will become Hwy 60 or University Drive)
Continue on University Drive, passing by Research Park
Go underneath the railroad tracks
Continue on University Drive to TAMU Campus

From South Austin:

183 south to State Route 71
East on Route 71 toward Bastrop to State Route 21
Past Bastrop, look for left turn to continue on to Route 21 toward Caldwell
(after left turn, travel approximately 3 blocks and turn right to continue on Route 21)
Continue northeast on Route 21 to Hwy 47 (on the outskirts of Bryan near Texas A&M Riverside Campus)
Head east on Hwy 47 (which will become Hwy 60 or University Drive)
Continue on University Drive, passing by Research Park
Go underneath the railroad tracks
Continue on University Drive to TAMU Campus

From Dallas:

I35 S to Waco
In Waco, take Exit 339 to 340 (southeast loop around Waco)
Look for Hwy 6 sign to Bryan and take appropriate exit
Exit right on University Drive (HWY 60) heading southwest to Texas Avenue
Texas A&M University will be on the left
Continue on University Drive to TAMU Campus

From North Houston:

Take Loop 610 South/West
Take the Hwy 290 exit (toward Austin)
Stay on Hwy 290 to Hwy 6 (just north of Hempstead)
Turn right onto Hwy 6 north all the way to College Station
Near College Station, continue north on BUSINESS 6 (Texas Avenue) to University Drive
Turn left onto University Drive
Continue on University Drive to TAMU Campus

From South Houston:

Take Loop 610 North/West
Take the Hwy 290 exit (toward Austin)
Stay on Hwy 290 to Hwy 6 (just north of Hempstead)
Turn right onto Hwy 6 north all the way to College Station
Near College Station, continue north on BUSINESS 6 (Texas Avenue) to University Drive
Turn left onto University Drive
Continue on University Drive to Ireland Street