Safety is the university’s top priority, and Facilities Operations and Development (FOD), CampusParc, Transportation and Traffic Management (TTM), and the Department of Public Safety work together to offer services during the winter months to keep you safe. As snow and ice start to collect, FOD teams are dispatched to treat campus roadways and sidewalks. They remain on campus throughout the day and night, treating and plowing as needed. CampusParc crews also will be on campus treating parking lots and garages, with garage rooftops remaining open, when possible. Learn more on the CampusParc website .
On Monday (11/11), from early morning through late afternoon, one lane of Upham Drive will be closed east of Harding Hospital for equipment installation. Southbound traffic will be maintained. The east entrance and the east sidewalk at Harding Hospital will be closed, and pedestrians will be detoured to the sidewalk along the Davis Heart and Lung Research Institute. Access to the building will be maintained at the north and at the southwest entrances.
Beginning Monday (11/4) early morning and continuing through Friday (12/6), the area around Spirit of Women Park will undergo lane restrictions for fountain maintenance. Two-way traffic will be maintained. The westernmost walking path will be closed.
On Saturday and Sunday (11/2 and 11/3), beginning early morning and continuing through late afternoon, College Road at Annie & John Glenn Avenue will experience a slight lane restriction to accommodate utility work. Traffic will be maintained with the assistance of traffic control officials. The Buckeye Village (BV) CABS route will be rerouted during this time and will not service University Hall, Arps Hall, Blackburn and Mason Hall bus stops.
Beginning Wednesday (11/6) and continuing through autumn 2023, construction fencing will be installed around Hamilton Hall to accommodate renovation work and construction of the new Interdisciplinary Health Sciences Center . Traffic delays and additional construction traffic are anticipated.
During this time, 10th Avenue will be reduced to one lane eastbound. The northern sidewalk along 10th Avenue will be closed, and signage will detour pedestrians to the southern sidewalk. The western sidewalk along Neil Avenue will be closed, and signage will detour pedestrians to the eastern sidewalk.
Students, faculty and staff are reminded to always keep safety...
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Beginning Monday (10/28) early morning and continuing through Thursday (10/31) early morning, traffic along 19th Avenue near Fontana Laboratory will shift to the south, temporarily closing motorcycle and ADA parking in the area. Alternate motorcycle parking is available north of Stillman Hall and at Arps Garage. Alternate ADA parking is available at Arps Garage. Pedestrians will be detoured to the west side of Celeste Laboratory and to the east side of Evans Laboratory.
UPDATE Oct 17 - The Olentangy Bike Trail between John Herrick Drive and King Avenue has reopened. Construction work around the bike trail will continue through the end of October. Dirt will be graded, and seeding will follow.