Annual stickers will be required on Lab parking hangtag permits starting in January. This will ensure everyone who parks here actually works here. New stickers will be issued each year in December, similar to annual stickers from the DMV. Staff can get stickers from division contacts starting today (Dec. 11). Starting Jan. 14, those without stickers will receive a warning from Lab security patrols. Go here for more on parking.
Work on the Lab’s waterline replacement project, beginning Oct. 30 and continuing into the following week, will require traffic controls and some parking impacts near the Building 50 complex, as well as Buildings 62, 66, 72, and 72C. Follow flagger instructions and posted signage in these areas. Contact Susan McCutchan (x4854) for more information.
To improve commuting options for employees and free up parking on-site, the Lab is planning a pilot morning and afternoon shuttle service from North Berkeley. The route and schedule are under development, with service scheduled to start by the end of the month. This pilot program is designed to gauge potential usage of the route. Review these proposed routes and schedules, then provide feedback via this survey by Oct. 11.
Berkeley Lab is hosting the third Bay Area Postdoc Symposium in the Building 50 Auditorium and nearby locations on Saturday, Sept. 8. Preparations for the symposium will begin on Friday, Sept. 7, at 5 p.m. with the closure of the H-1 (next to Building 50) and H-2 (next to Building 70) parking lots. Vehicles will need to be removed from these lots prior to 5 p.m.
The Molecular Foundry User Meeting on Aug. 15 and 16 will require the closure of the H-2 parking lot (next to Building 70) starting at 5 p.m. on Aug. 14 through Aug. 16. Carpool parking will be moved to the H-1 lot. The cafeteria will operate as usual, but tables in the dining hall will be cleared starting 2 p.m. on Aug. 15.
Due to construction at Building 43, no parking will be permitted on N Road or Sally’s Alley from 7 a.m. to noon on Wednesday, Aug. 1. During this time, N Road will be reduced to one lane, with two-way traffic controlled by flaggers. Contact Quang Tran (x7550) for more information.
Beginning Monday, June 4, approximately 20 additional spaces in the Bevatron parking lot (Lot B) will close to accommodate the delivery and staging of structural steel. The spaces will remain closed for approximately two months. Deliveries for IGB construction will also increase truck traffic early the week of June 4. Contact Jack Heffernan (x5993) for more information.
To help the Lab enhance its transportation programs, staff are invited to take a brief commute survey. The survey, open through Thursday, June 28, takes about five to 10 minutes to complete. The feedback will be used to help develop alternate commute options, address parking challenges, and meet the Lab’s sustainability goals. Go here for more on the Lab’s commuting resources.
To encourage carpooling, the Lab and WAZE Carpool have teamed up to offer staff and affiliates free rides between their home and the Lab during the month of May. Go here to learn more, or stop by the WAZE booth at the Safety, Security, and Sustainability Fair on April 26. Go here for more on Lab commuting options.
To accommodate frequent shipments during the first half of the week of April 23, approximately one dozen parking spots will be intermittently closed in Lot N3. Spaces will reopen as shipments are completed each day. Contact Bob Cronin (x2849) with questions.