Today at Berkeley Lab

Commencement of IGB Construction to Impact Traffic, Parking

IGB construction is commencing this week, permanently closing all parking spaces in the southern portion of the Bevatron lot (B1) and the upper Bevatron lot (I). Trucks and trailers will intermittently delay traffic on Chu Road from Blackberry gate to Lot I. Use caution in this area and obey all traffic controls. Due to the loss of parking, alternative commute modes are strongly encouraged.

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Parking & Construction Update: More Bevatron Parking Spots Are Going Away

Ongoing construction activities will continue to affect parking and traffic at the Lab. As construction of the Integrative Genomics Building begins in the next few weeks, only a few dozen parking spaces in the Bevatron lot will remain open. This map shows other parking areas that typically are not fully occupied. The commute website offers information on alternative transportation. More>

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One-Way Traffic on Various Lab Roads for Maintenance and Construction

Starting Saturday, Sept. 24, through early October, portions of Chu, Perlmutter, Smoot, McMillan, and Lawrence Roads will be periodically reduced to one lane for various infrastructure improvements. Follow flagger instructions when lane reductions are in effect. See map for details.

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Construction at Building 72 to Impact Traffic, Bus Stop Location

Beginning in the middle of the week of Sept. 19 through the end of September, the bus stop located between Buildings 67 and 72 will be temporarily relocated about 20 yards south on Lawrence Road. Once construction begins, traffic on Lawrence Road in front of Building 72 will be restricted to one lane with flaggers directing traffic. Use caution in this area. Contact is Doug Brunkow (x6252).

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Update on Parking and Construction

Construction activities will continue to affect parking and traffic conditions in the coming months. More than half of the spaces in the Bevatron lot (B1) will remain closed through early October. Most spaces in the Upper Bevatron lot (I), and about a dozen spots on N1 Road (below Building 15) are closed through September. All spaces in the Pit (Lot D) are now open. More>

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Parking Impact in Bevatron Lot; All Spots in Pit, Access Road Open as of Aug. 8

The Pit parking lot (Lot D) and access road will be closed Aug. 6, with all parking spots in lot and along access road open starting Aug. 8. Approximately 30 parking spots in the Bevatron Lot (Lot B1) will be closed starting Tuesday, Aug. 9, to accommodate Bayview Site improvements.

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Building 15 Stairs Closed for Repair Until October; Will Impact Parking

From Aug. 8 to Sept. 30, repairs to the wooden stairs and retaining wall near Building 15 will result in closing the stairs between Building 15 and N1 Road and a dozen parking spaces on N1 Road. N1 Road will remain open to traffic. Map>

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Changes in Parking Availability in Lot B1 and Lot D This Week

The Blackberry Pit parking lot (Lot D) will reopen for parking midweek the week of July 18. On Tuesday, July 19, ongoing construction activities will result in the closing of approximately two dozen spots in the Bevatron lot (Lot B1) during July and August. More>

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Video of Meeting on IGB Parking Impacts & Commute Options

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>

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June 27 Meeting on IGB Construction, Parking Impacts & Commute Options

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.

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