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From Oakland 1. Take the I-80 W/I-580 W ramp 2. Continue on I-80 W 3. Take exit 1C toward Ninth St/Civic Center 4. Turn left onto 8th St 5. Slight left to stay on 8th St 6. Turn left onto Brannan St 7. Take the 1st right onto 7th St 8. Turn left onto 16th St 9. Turn left onto Owens St until the stop sign. Pass the entrance of the Bakar Community Center parking garage on your right 10. After the stop sign, make an immediate right. We are located on the right and noticeable by a green awning with the name, ?University Childcare@ Mission Bay? printed in white. From Marin, CA 1. Head south on US-101 2. Turn right onto Van Ness Ave 3. Turn left onto 16th St 4. Turn left onto Owens St until the stop sign. Pass the entrance of the Bakar Community Center parking garage on your right 5. After the stop sign, make an immediate right. We are located on the right and noticeable by a green awning with the name, ?University Childcare@ Mission Bay? printed in white.

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