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.
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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.
To facilitate the removal and shipment of the old Sector 7 insertion device from Building 6, several sections of road and parking in the area will be closed. The road between Building 6 and 37 that leads to Building 15, 80, and the Y parking lot, as well as Segre Road West of the Salley’s Alley parking area to the firehouse will be closed on tomorrow from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. The entire area will also be closed to pedestrian traffic. See map for detailed location information.
On Saturday, the Environmental Energy Technologies Division’s Heat Island Group and industry partner Western Colloid will be applying cool pavement coatings on two patches of the Bevatron parking lot. This installation is part of an ongoing demonstration project that seeks to showcase the range of materials and colors that can be used to coat existing asphalt concrete surfaces. As a result, the Bevatron lot will be closed to parking on Saturday and Sunday, reopening on Monday, March 18. More>
A small earth slide has developed on the hill across from Building 17. Several parking spots on McMillan Road have been taped off in case the situation escalates with the coming rains today and tomorrow. Engineers are assessing the slide and will cover it with tarps to prevent further spreading. Submit a Safety Concern or call x5514 if you spot any possible earth slides.
To accommodate construction on the Computational Research and Theory building, the contractor staging area in the Bevatron ot (B51) will be expanded this week, reducing several parking spots. To mitigate the impacts, Lot I (above and south of the Bevatron lot), will be available for employee parking. The expanded staging area will be required until July 2013. Employees are encouraged to use alternate transportation methods to reduce parking demand at the Lab during this time. For more information, contact Henry Martinez (x6259), Tim Kemper (x6917), or Matt Vail (x2849).
Starting Thursday, only staff working in Building 88 will be able to park in the adjacent E lot. The CRT project will be placing some tanks in the parking lot to control storm water, which will reduce parking by eight spaces through the winter. Non-Building 88 employees are encouraged to park in the Bevatron lot, where previously blocked parking spots have recently been restored.
The Lab will host an Open House on Saturday, Oct. 13, which will bring thousands of community members to the hill to learn more about our research. To prepare for the event, the south end of the Bevatron parking lot will be closed on Thursday, Oct. 11. The entire lot will be closed on Friday, Oct. 12. Drivers who normally use this lot are encouraged to use the pit parking lot, or take the Lab shuttle bus from downtown. Send e-mail here if you are interested in volunteering.
Work begins on the SERC site starting tomorrow and will affect parking in the Old Town area, particularly in the N3 lot, and near the former site of Building 52. Other changes include the relocation of the Building 27 bus stop to McMillan Road, new right turn onto McMillan Road near the intersection with Segre Road, a stop sign added to this intersection, and the closure of eastbound McMillan Road from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. for approximately two weeks (flaggers will direct traffic). Go here to view a map of the area. For more information, contact Jules Feher (x4178) or Matt Vail (x2849).