There are a variety of ways to access the Jacobs School of
Medicine and Biomedical Sciences on the Buffalo Niagara Medical
Campus (BNMC). The BNMC is located in downtown Buffalo, NY, and is
bordered by East North Street to Goodell Street, and Main Street to
Michigan Avenue. Skip
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The Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences is
955 Main St.
Buffalo, NY 14203
Exit at Goodell Street. Head west on Goodell Street toward
Washington Street. Turn right onto Main Street. The school will be
on the right.
Exit at Elm Street and proceed to Goodell Street. The BNMC will
be straight ahead.
(Elm Street ends at Goodell Street) Turn left onto Goodell Street. Turn right on to Main Street. The school will be on the right.
Take Exit 6 to I-190 South and exit immediately at Elm Street.
Proceed to Goodell Street. The BNMC will be straight ahead. (Elm
Street ends at Goodell Street.) Turn left onto Goodell Street. Turn
right on to Main Street. The school will be on the right.
Take Peace Bridge Plaza to I-190 South. Make a left onto Porter
Avenue and follow the circle to North Street down to Main Street.
Turn right on to Main Street. The school will be on the left.
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directions to other institutions on the BNMC, general parking
information, electric vehicle charging station locations and the
NFTA Metro Rail.
Full and part-time UB faculty and staff represented by UUP and CSEA, or who are paid through the UB Foundation or Research Foundation, and are now working, or will be working, in the new Jacobs School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences building on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus can receive a free NFTA transit pass under the provisions of a new memorandum of agreement between UB and the unions.
The agreement covers all full-time and part-time employees whose primary worksite is being moved to the Jacobs School building on the BNMC, or other UB sites like the Clinical and Translational Research Center and UB’s New York State Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences; it does not apply to faculty members who currently have a hospital appointment and a designated parking spot on the BNMC.
Employees who opt to receive a Metro Pass — which is good for fare-free travel on all NFTA buses and the subway during the NFTA’s regular hours of operation — may continue to park on the South Campus and then take the subway downtown, union representatives say.
Parking passes in downtown ramps and lots are available on a first-come, first served basis. UB employees will be provided the opportunity to purchase passes to the new Ellicott-Goodrich parking facility, the Michigan-Goodrich parking facility or the Gallagher Ramp, located across from the former Women and Children’s Hospital.
Each employee is provided an allowance of $65 a month for parking. Newly hired employees are not eligible for this offering.