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>
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.
Concrete placement will require the intersection at Alvarez and Blackberry Canyon roads to be closed to vehicle traffic on Saturday, June 18, from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. During this time, vehicles may access Building 90 via Chamberlain Road, which will be controlled by flagging personnel. For questions or concerns, contact Don Beaton at ext. 7109, or Dave Dovichi at ext. 2958.
The crosswalk will be installed just above the Bevatron traffic circle. As a result, Smoot Road will be reduced to single-lane traffic, with flagging personnel directing traffic. For the safety of workers, pedestrians, and drivers, please respect the flaggers.
The closures are required for construction to reinforce the retaining wall along Blackberry Canyon Road, which leads to the D (Pit) parking lot. Traffic will be reduced to one lane on Alvarez Road between Buildings 55 and 90 until July. Parking alternatives will be provided, with additional details to follow. Contact Dave Dovichi (x2958) for more information.
To accommodate the demolition of Building 16, periodic road closures of Segre Road, between Buildings 7 and 52, will occur between Dec. 16 and 31 from 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., but only when active work is being performed. For more information, contact Bob Cronin (x2849) or Ted Mankowski (x2012). More>
The work is scheduled to begin in early October. Parking and pedestrian access around Building 5, 16, and 52 will continue to be restricted. There will also be an increase in truck traffic, and staging at the former Bevatron site will continue. Contact Bob Cronin (x2849) or Ted Mankowski (x2012) for more information.
The temporary lane closure is required to accommodate the installation of curbing on Chu and Perlmutter Roads. Drivers and pedestrians are requested to use caution when traversing these areas.
Tree removal in front of Building 46 will require the closure of one lane on McMillan Road on Sept. 12. Paving in that same area, as well as on Lawrence Road near Building 31 will take place on Sept. 14 and 15. Flaggers will control two-way traffic. Drivers and pedestrians should use caution in these areas.
The CRT project will begin furniture delivery on Monday, June 22 and continuing through the week. Access for delivery trucks will require intermittent traffic delays on Chu Road between Blackberry Gate and Perlmutter Road. Those traversing this area should use caution and obey all traffic controls.