Resurfacing on that road, which runs between Grizzly Peak Blvd. and Highway 24, will cause traffic delays of up to 30 to 45 minutes between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. The speed limit will be reduced to 25 miles per hour. There will be traffic controls in the area. Those who commute through this area should allow extra time.
Stacey Gauny has seen colleagues come and go, and buildings too, since joining the Lab in 1991. But despite the Lab’s changing landscape, she still studies the effects of space radiation on genomic integrity, and carpools with the same person at least three times a week. More>
Key details include 30 designated parking spots on the Hill from 5 to 9:30 a.m., eligibility for two-person-per-car commuters, and no separate carpool parking permit required. Use Zimride to connect with other Lab employees. These revisions were implemented to help mitigate parking shortfalls due to IGB construction this fall. More>
Marty White, the Division Safety Coordinator for the Lab’s Physics and Nuclear Science divisions, first started vanpooling in 1974, shortly after she started her first job out of college. Today, she vanpools three to four times a week and carpools once a week from the North Bay to Berkeley. More>
A briefing on the Integrative Genomics Building, the impacts on parking, commute options, the recent commute survey, and work by the Vehicle Access and Alternative Transportation Advisory Group (VAATAG) was presented. Video>
Amit Kothari, the Lab’s senior manager of Transportation & Parking, tried five commute options
in five days for his 64-mile roundtrip commute from Dublin: driving alone, carpooling, taking
BART, riding the Lab shuttles, and telecommuting. In this latest issue of the Commuter Chronicles, Kothari shares the results of his week-long experiment.
A briefing on construction of the Integrative Genomics Building, the impacts on parking, and commute options will be presented, followed by a Q&A. The event takes place from 1 to 2 p.m. in the Building 50 Auditorium, and will be live streamed. Visit the commute website for information, to offer feedback, and access resources.
As part of the Lab’s efforts to reduce its environmental footprint, and to support the growing number of staff electric vehicles (EVs), up to 15 new charging spots are planned for the main Lab campus in 2016. See the map of the new stations and learn more about obtaining a permit to charge your EV at the Lab. Installation of the new stations begins this month. More>
Help the Lab improve its onsite parking and transportation programs by completing the 2016 Commute Survey by June 10. The survey is available here, and will be distributed to Lab employees and affiliates by e-mail early this week. Survey results will be used to improve the Lab’s alternative transportation and parking-related programs. More>
The event — Thursday, May 19 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the cafeteria parking lot — will feature information on a soon-to-launch bike shuttle service, electric bikes (e-bikes) with demos provided, bike safety, and properly loading bikes onto Lab shuttles. The Vehicle Access and Alternative Transportation Advisory Group (VAATAG) and Lab Bicycle Coalition will also be on hand.