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.
Effective immediately, we have made changes to our parking policy at Berkeley Lab’s main site to allow expectant mothers (employees, contract workers, and affiliates) to receive a Temporary Blue Triangle parking pass. More>
Due to the large number of anticipated visitors for the FLEXLAB ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, parking at the Bevatron lot and bus service to Building 90 will be limited. More>
Closure required for work on parking areas. Staff can park near Building 55 and use the stairway to gain access during this time. Contact Doug Brunkow (x6252) for more information. Map>
Located on west side, across from Buildings 15 and 80. More>
Cable work on the CRT will lead to the blocking off of several parking stalls beginning Monday, April 28 and lasting till the end of May. The areas affected (Lawrence Road and N1 Road) can be seen here.
The majority of dirt-hauling activities and a reduction in CRT construction staging have opened up 45 parking spots in the Bevatron parking lot, effective immediately.
In preparation for the Runaround, the K1 parking lot (cafeteria) will close tomorrow evening (Oct. 10). At 11 a.m. the day of the race, all traffic on the Hill will be frozen. At Blackberry gate, it will be stopped at the traffic circle and at Strawberry gate, traffic will be allowed from Bldg. 85 and up only. Roads should begin to re-open from 1 to 1:30 p.m. The blue uphill shuttle will continue between Building 65 and downtown. Pictured is Glenn Seaborg addressing the crowd at the Runaround starting line in 1997.