Jeremy J. Michalek

Associate Professor

Mechanical Engineering

Engineering and Public Policy
Carnegie Mellon University

Scaife Hall 324 5000 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890
www.cmu.edu/me/ddl/jmichalek

+1(412)268.3765 Fax: +1(412)268.3348

Design Decisions Laboratory
Hamerschlag Hall B129
www.cmu.edu/me/ddl

+1(412)268.3606

Carnegie Mellon University is located in Pittsburgh, PA. For more information about Pittsburgh, see <http://visitpittsburgh.com>.

Scaife Hall is located at the far southwest corner of Carnegie Mellon campus at the edge of Flagstaff Hill and Schenley Park on Frew Street. Hamerschlag Hall is located next to Scaife Hall. To get to Frew Street from Forbes Avenue in Oakland, make a right on Schenley Drive (at Bigelow Blvd, just before the Cathedral of Learning), follow Schenley Drive to the left at Clemente Street, cross over the bridge, and turn left onto Frew Street. Scaife Hall is the first building. Many of the city busses also have stops at CMU campus on Forbes Avenue (see portauthority.org).


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Carnegie Mellon's campus is located east of downtown Pittsburgh at 5000 Forbes Avenue. From the Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT), take PA-60 south, which becomes US-22 east and finally I-279 north. After passing through the Fort Pitt Tunnels and over the bridge, take exit #6A to I-376 east. Get off on Forbes Avenue. After passing the University of Pittsburgh, just before the tall Cathedral of Learning, turn right at Bouquet Street onto Schenley Drive. Follow Schenley Drive to the left at Clemente Street, cross over the bridge, and turn left onto Frew Street. Scaife Hall is the first building.


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The 28X bus is a convenient option from the airport. Its last stop is at the corner of Morewood and Forbes Avenue on Carnegie Mellon campus (see portauthority.org). Google Transit also has information on public transportation routes that stop at Carnegie Mellon.

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Last Updated: February 14