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GOVERNANCE WORKSHOP FOR LARGE INSTITUTIONAL INVESTORS
Center for Corporate Governance
Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth
Hanover, New Hampshire USA
October 8 - 9, 2007

 

DIRECTIONS TO TUCK

 

By Car By Air By Bus By Train Local Bus Service
   
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LOCATION  

Located in Hanover, N.H., in the heart of New England, near the intersection of Interstates 89 and 91, the Tuck School is 2 1/2 hours by car from Boston, 5 hours from New York, and 3 1/2 hours from Montréal. The town of Hanover, which is home to Dartmouth College, of which Tuck is a part, is located on the Connecticut River. The river provides the border between New Hampshire and Vermont, and Hanover is about half way up the state and just a bridge's length away from Vermont.

If you are traveling by air, there are several regional airports to choose from. You can also travel to nearby White River Junction, Vt., by bus or train.



BY CAR   ^ top

From Boston: (2 1/2 hours) and points south: Take I-93 north past the Manchester, N.H., toll booth ($0.75) to Concord. Take I-89 north to I-91 north to Exit 13 (Norwich, Vt. / Hanover, N.H.). Bear right off the exit ramp.

Cross the bridge over the Connecticut River into New Hampshire. Continue up the hill on Wheelock Street, pass through the traffic signal (past the Hanover Inn on the right) and drive along the south side of the Dartmouth Green. Take the first left onto College Street and drive along the east side of the green. Take the first left onto Wentworth Street (past Baker Library on the right). At the end of the block, turn right onto North Main Street, then left onto Tuck Mall. The Tuck School is at the end of Tuck Mall and next to the Thayer School of Engineering.

From New York City: (5 hours) and points south: Take I-91 north from Hartford, Conn., to Exit 13 in Vermont (Norwich, Vt. / Hanover, N.H. Bear right off exit ramp. Follow street directions above.

From the west: I-90 intersects I-91 in Springfield, Mass., and I-84 intersects I-91 in Hartford, Conn. From either point, take I-91 north to Vermont Exit 13 (Norwich, Vt. / Hanover, N.H.). Bear right off the exit ramp. Follow street directions above.

From Montréal and Ottawa: Take I-89 south in Vermont to I-91 north. Stay on I-91 to Exit 13 (Norwich, Vt. / Hanover, N.H.). Bear right off the exit ramp. Follow street directions above.

From Québec: Take I-91 south in Vermont to Exit 13 (Norwich, Vt. / Hanover, N.H.). Turn left at the end of the exit ramp. Follow street directions above.

Parking: On weekdays, visitors are encouraged to park in the college's Dewey Field lot (see parking map) and take the campus shuttle bus to and from Tuck. There are a limited number of spaces for visitors—and spaces reserved for those with disabilities—directly opposite Tuck Hall.



BY AIR  ^ top

Lebanon Airport: The nearest airport is in Lebanon, N.H., about 10 miles from campus. It is very small and convenient but often closed in the winter due to bad weather. You can fly into Lebanon from New York. Take a taxi to Hanover and ask the driver to take you to the circle in front of the Tuck School on the Dartmouth campus. If there is no cab waiting at the airport, call for one at the pay phone where the cab numbers are listed.

Manchester Airport: The Manchester (New Hampshire) Airport is served by many major airlines, including Delta, United, and Southwest. It is located about 80 miles southeast of Hanover. Rental cars are available at the airport, and the drive to Hanover takes approximately 90 minutes. Follow signs to I-93 north, then follow the "By Car" directions from Boston, above.

The Vermont Transit bus company provides transportation from the Manchester Airport to Hanover. Buses wait outside the airline terminal to transport you to the Vermont Transit station, where you purchase a ticket and then continue to Hanover. You may also buy a ticket online. For information, call toll free from within the U.S. 800-552-8737 or visit the Vermont Transit website.

Burlington Airport: Burlington (Vermont) Airport is about 75 miles northwest of Hanover. Rental cars are available, and the drive to Hanover takes approximately two hours. Take I-89 south to I-91 north. Stay on I-91 north to Exit 13. Follow the street directions above.

Logan Airport, Boston: Logan Airport is about 120 miles southeast of Hanover. Rental cars are available at the airport, and the drive to Hanover takes approximately 2 1/2 hours. From the airport, drive through the Callahan Tunnel, follow signs to I-93 north, then follow the "By Car" directions from Boston above.

Dartmouth Coach, a local bus service, provides transportation from Logan Airport and from Boston's South Station to The Hanover Inn next to the Dartmouth campus. For more information, see "By Bus" directions below.



By BUS  ^ top

From Boston: Service to the bus station in White River Junction, Vt. is provided by Vermont Transit.

From New York City: Service to the bus station in White River Junction, Vt. is provided by Greyhound (direct bus becomes Vermont Transit in Springfield, Mass.).

The White River Junction bus station is about seven miles from campus, and taxi service is available. Ask the taxi driver to take you to the circle in front of the Tuck School on the Dartmouth campus.

From Boston's Logan Airport and South Station: Service to the Hanover Inn next to the Dartmouth campus is provided by Dartmouth Coach. Reservations are not accepted.

Daily departures are as follows:

From Logan Airport, Boston: 8:55 A.M. (except Sunday), 10:55 A.M., 12:55 P.M., 2:55 P.M., 4:55 P.M., 6:55 P.M., 8:55 P.M.

From The Hanover Inn: 5:00 A.M. (except Sunday), 7:00 A.M., 9:00 A.M., 11:00 A.M., 1:00 P.M., 3:00 P.M., 5:00 P.M.

For more information, call 603-448-2800 or visit the Dartmouth Coach website.



BY TRAIN   ^ top

Amtrak provides daily passenger service from Washington, D.C.; Philadelphia; New York; and intermediate points to White River Junction, Vt. Information is available on the Amtrak website or by calling 800-872-7245 from within the U.S.

The White River Junction train station is about seven miles from campus, and taxi service is available. Ask the taxi driver to take you to the circle in front of the Tuck School on the Dartmouth campus.



LOCAL BUS SERVICE   ^ top

Advance Transit is a local bus service that serves the Upper Valley region, including Hanover. Visitors, students, commuters, and others are welcome to ride the buses free of charge.

Advance Transit also provides shuttle service around campus, including buses to and from remote parking lots. To see the full schedule and route maps, visit the Advance Transit website.