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Caltech's primary campus is located in Pasadena, California. At 1917 Bertram Goodhue had produced a master plan for the campus. Goodhue conceived the overall layout of the campus and designed the physics building, Dabney Hall, and several other structures. New additions to the campus include the Cahill Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics and the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Center for Information Science and Technology, which opened in 2009, and the Warren and Katherine Schlinger Laboratory for Chemistry and Chemical Engineering followed in March 2010.The Institute also concluded an upgrading of the south houses in 2006.
Location of the Caltech campus are easily to reach via public transporation
From Los Angeles International Airport
-Shuttle service: To get a shuttle, exit the baggage claim area and look for the ORANGE overhead "SHARED RIDE VANS" sign. Tell the driver you are going to Caltech
Downtown Los Angeles to Pasadena
-The MTA 401 Express bus can be boarded on Spring Street in downtown Los Angeles, approximately three blocks west of Union Station. Exit in Pasadena at Colorado and Wilson; Caltech is approximately three blocks south.
-The MTA 485 bus boards at the Busway off of Alameda, in front of Union Station. Exit at Lake and California in Pasadena and walk east to Caltech.
There is a full range of housing available for Caltech Undergraduate students, from dormitories to apartments to single family homes.