About 40 loads of soil will be hauled from the Bevatron parking lot through Blackberry Gate. Expect traffic delays and use caution in this area throughout Monday and Tuesday.
To accommodate CRT construction, there will be periodic lane closures on Cyclotron Road, below Blackberry Gate, starting today and continuing for the next six months. Flaggers will control two-way traffic during lane closures. Those using this entrance to the Lab should exercise caution.
Those walking in the area will be directed to use alternate route to accommodate the cafeteria courtyard improvement project. To ensure safety, pedestrians should follow all posted signage. Contact Eric Lahrs for more information (510-206-3148).
Section of roadway near the entrance to Building 26 will be closed to vehicle traffic. Signage will be posted and flagging personnel will be present to redirect traffic. For more information, contact Don Beaton (x7109) or Jules Feher (x4178).
On Thursday, Sept. 11 and Friday, Sept. 12, McMillan Road near the entrance to Building 26 will be restricted to one-lane traffic. The SERC project will be preparing the roadway in preparation for this weekend’s paving. Use caution when transiting this area. Contact Don Beaton (x7109) for more information.
The replacement of sewer piping will require lane closures on Lawrence Road near Building 61. Flaggers will be in place during this month-long project to control the flow of traffic. Vehicles and pedestrians should use caution in this area.
Closure will continue through 4 p.m. The roadway between Building 6 and 34 will be open to two-way traffic during closure to allow access to Buildings 6, 15, 80, and 2. Parking will be blocked off in this area.
Chu road will be reduced to one lane tomorrow (August 1), between 9 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., to accommodate CRT construction. Flaggers will manage traffic flow. Drivers and cyclists are encouraged to use Grizzly or Strawberry Gates to enter the Lab during this time.
Emergency repairs to the Building 37 cooling tower will require lane adjustments on Lawrence Road in that area through mid-September. Parking on Lawrence across from Buildings 34 and 37 will be closed and pedestrian traffic will be rerouted. Use caution in this area. Contact Mike Hudson (x7144) for more information.
Flaggers will direct vehicle and pedestrian traffic in the area until approximately August 18. Parking at Building 26 (Medical Services) will be limited to handicapped only. Those who need to access the upper floor of Building 26 are encouraged to use ground floor entrance and interior stairs. Contact Don Beaton (x7109) for more information.