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Best taxi drop off point: drop off bay on Davies Ave.
Nearest accessible parking: the MIT carpark, accessed from Manukau Station Road, has parks reserved near the building for cars displaying a current mobility parking permit. Note: Parking charges apply. The nearest accessible entrance to the MIT Building is on the North side facing the park.
Campus map: MIT Manukau and Tech Park Campus
Lift location: Two sets of lifts on North and South sides of atrium. Use the North side (side nearest park) to get to the library entrance on level 2.
Nearest accessible toilet: located on ground floor, levels 1 and 4, include shower.
Best taxi drop off point: loading bay opposite entrance or down Tyler St.
Nearest accessible parking: there is a 120 minute mobility park on Tyler St. by Takutai Square.
Campus map: Maritime (City) Campus
Lift location: in building lobby to right. Note: Entrance to building is off Commerce St, there are steps leading to the lobby with a stair lift.
Nearest accessible toilet: on level 3.
Best taxi drop off point: outside NP Block, accessed via Gates 11 or 14.
Nearest accessible parking: outside NP Block, accessed via Gates 11 or 14. There are three parks reserved for cars displaying a current mobility parking permit. Note: Parking charges apply.
Campus map: Ōtara Campus
Lift location: there is no lift in NP Block. The nearest lift is in NR Block and access to level 2 of NP Block is via the air bridge.
Nearest accessible toilet: an accessible unisex toilet is located beside the entrance to the library.
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