There is actually a lot of parking lots in the area of Saratoga Dr (towards
Hillsdale) that are free and shuttles run from the area.  That being said,
if you want to park close (and are there early), you can pay to be _right
there_.  Though it is $17 a day now - be warned.

I came from 101/Hillsdale exit once and that worked out fairly decently
since you end up _right_ near where they have the free parking lots.   I
really don't recommend 92/Delaware because that backs up MASSIVELY.

-Jon

On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 11:37, Sue Gardner <sgard...@wikimedia.org> wrote:

> On 20 May 2010 11:30, Eugene Zelenko <eugene.zele...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi!
> >
> > Actually there are lot small street down to the south from El Camino
> > where parking is free :-) Of course you should pay attention to street
> > parking signs. Walk is not too long from there to Event Center.
> >
> > Also I don't remember big traffic from 280/92 last year.
>
>
> Oh gosh.  FWIW my experience in 2008 was radically different.  I
> arrived around 10AM, and spent almost 90 minutes cruising for parking:
> it was really annoying.  I remember vowing to take CalTrain in future.
>
> So: that's two data points.
>
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