To accommodate CRT construction activity, periodic lane closures along Cyclotron and Chu Roads will be required. Traffic will be controlled by flaggers. Use caution in this area.
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.
The K1 (cafeteria) parking lot will close Thursday evening. All traffic will be frozen on the Hill starting at 11 a.m. on Friday. Access via Strawberry Gate to Building 85 and up, and Blackberry Gate below the traffic circle will remain open. All roads and lots will reopen around 1:15 p.m. The Bikearound will start at 11:30 a.m.
Repair work will require the section of the roadway between Building 56A and the Bevatron (B1) parking lot to be reduced to one lane, with two-way traffic controlled by flaggers. Vehicles and pedestrians in the area should use caution.
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 section of Lawrence Road under the Centennial Bridge is currently closed to both vehicle and pedestrian traffic.The Orange Shuttle Route will stop at Building 74/84, but not the Building 62/66 stop. Those who need to reach this area should use the Blue Route bus. Length of closure is still uncertain at this time. Updates will be posted in TABL.
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.