Today at Berkeley Lab

Construction to Affect Blue Line Shuttle Stop at Hearst and Oxford

Due to construction in the area, the Blue downhill shuttle stop at Hearst and Oxford may be intermittently closed over the next two weeks between 7 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. For safety reasons, there will be no alternate stop. If the stop is closed, riders can disembark at the downtown Berkeley stop or the uphill Oxford stop. Contact Yvonne Chavez (x6265) with questions.

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Brief Traffic, Gate, Shuttle Bus Delays Today Due to Secretary Perry Visit

During Energy Secretary Rick Perry’s March 27 visit, Lab gates, shuttle buses, and specific roadways will be temporarily closed, stopped, or blocked, respectively, for short periods of time (approximately two to five minutes each). Employees are asked to exercise patience during these interruptions and follow instructions from Protective Services staff throughout the day.

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Lot N1 Partial Closure, Shuttle Stop Relocated

The eastern portion and entrance to parking lot N1 are closed to through traffic through Jan. 19. As a result, shuttle stop 52 will be temporarily relocated to McMillan Road at the top of the wooden stairs from N1. Facilities is making every effort to minimize impacts to parking and traffic. Contact Yvonne Chavez (x6265) with questions. See map.

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Nonstop BART-to-ALS Shuttle to Replace Bike Trailer

Due to low ridership, the Bike Shuttle Express will end at 11 a.m. on Dec. 21. To better serve cyclists, a new, nonstop van will run between the Downtown Berkeley BART Station and the Advanced Light Source. The van will leave the BART Station at 7:25, 7:50, 8:15, 8:40 and 9:05 a.m. on weekdays. It will accommodate 14 passengers, with priority given to the first five cyclists.

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No Schedule Change for Potter St. Shuttle

The Potter Street Shuttle service changes, announced earlier this month, are being reevaluated. The service will continue on the current schedule (every 30 minutes) until further notice. Details on various shuttle routes and schedules are available here.

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Schedule Change for Potter Shuttle Van Starting Nov. 1

Due to financial constraints, the Lab’s shuttle service was reviewed and appropriate reductions were included in the FY2017-18 budget. Effective Nov. 1, the Potter Street van will run every hour instead of every 30 minutes. Vans will leave the Bldg. 65 stop at 8 minutes after the hour, from 8:08 a.m. to 6:08 p.m. The current schedule continues through Oct. 31. View routes and schedules here.

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Hearst Avenue Construction to Impact Traffic Beginning Oct. 2

The Hearst Avenue Complete Streets Project will result in the closure of westbound Hearst Avenue from Euclid Avenue to Le Conte Avenue, beginning Monday, Oct. 2, and continuing through Friday, Oct. 6. Additional construction work is planned through Oct. 20 affecting different sections of westbound Hearst Avenue. During this period, Lab shuttles in the downhill direction will experience delays that may exceed 10 minutes.

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Portion of Glaser Road Closed Tomorrow

The road, between Buildings 77 and 79, will be closed from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to accommodate a special event. The Blue shuttle will be rerouted and the bus stop closed during this time. Map>

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Annual Emergency Exercise to Impact Parking, Traffic, and Bus Services July 26

Closures include the U5 parking lot from 5 a.m. to 1 p.m., and Lawrence Road east of Strawberry gate and the Building 74 bus stop from about 8:25 a.m. to 9 a.m. Bus services may be delayed. Exercise participants will be in “play” mode from about 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. More>

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‘Spare the Air’ Days and Alternate Commute Options

During summer months, the Bay Area Air Quality Management District issues “Spare the Air” alerts when ozone levels are expected to reach unhealthy levels. On these occasions, staff can help cut down on air pollution by using Lab shuttles, carpools/vanpools, or bicycling to work. Visit commute.lbl.gov for more about these options. Sign up to receive Spare the Air Day alerts.

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