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2. 114 Western Avenue

114 Western Avenue houses additional SEAS administrative offices and classrooms, as well as a daycare center.

Across Western Avenue are Harvard Business School, Harvard Innovation Lab, Pagliuca Harvard Life Lab, and Harvard Art Lab. Construction on the first phase of the nearby Enterprise Research Campus will begin in 2022.

Transportation

The intersection of Stadium Road and Western Avenue is a hub of transportation options to and from the SEC.

Both the SEC and 114 Western Avenue are a short shuttle ride from Harvard Square. Note the plentiful protected bike parking and nearby BlueBikes station and MBTA bus stop. The Harvard shuttle route, “Quad-SEC Direct,” includes stops at the SEC, Barry’s Corner, Harvard Stadium, Harvard Square, and the Quad. The Allston Campus Express shuttle, renamed the “Allston Loop”, also has an SEC stop.

Bike Lane

There are 570 bicycle parking spots near the Science and Engineering Complex. Over 400 of these are secured and/or covered spots. Learn more about bicycle transportation options.

MBTA Bus Stop

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) 86 Bus and 66 Bus connect Harvard's Cambridge and Allston campus nodes. Information on Harvard Shuttles can be found at http://transportation.harvard.edu/shuttle-van-services