The university continues to invest in improvements to support transportation and parking changes related to the upcoming relocation of Cannon Drive. Prior to Cannon Drive construction in September, the Polo surface parking lot is expected to close Sept. 4. The new Herrick Drive Transit Hub will open Tuesday, Sept. 5. All project dates are weather permitting.
Commuters maintain a menu of options including west campus parking with access to the newly re-routed Med Center Express bus route. From Aug. 1 through Sept. 4, the Med Center Express will service the west campus Carmack Lots continuing to make stops throughout...
On Monday, June 5, beginning at 8 a.m. and continuing through mid-morning, there will be parking restrictions on 12th Avenue at Paterson Hall for a crane lift. Two-way traffic will be maintained. The south sidewalk will be closed, and flaggers will provide pedestrian and ADA assistance.
On Saturday, June 3, beginning at 8 a.m. and continuing throughout the afternoon, the eastbound lane of Annie & John Glenn Ave. will be closed near Bricker Hall for a crane lift. Two-way traffic will be maintained in the westbound lane with the assistance of traffic control officers. The south sidewalk will be closed, and pedestrians will be directed to use the north sidewalk. Parking directly in front of Bricker will be restricted. The northeast entrance will be closed. The northwest (ADA accessible) and other entrances will remain accessible.
On Friday, May 26, beginning at 5:30 a.m. and continuing to mid-afternoon, the roadway to the back of Mount Hall and Pressey Hall and the back parking lot will be closed for a crane lift to Mount Hall. ADA parking in the front of Mount Hall and the ADA entrance to Mount Hall will not be impacted. Landscaping staff will be able to access the service building behind Mount Hall.
The university is investing in improvements to support transportation and parking changes related to the upcoming relocation of Cannon Drive, expected to begin as early as September. West campus construction will begin this week and run through the summer. The work will enhance shuttle service, increase capacity, create easier entry/exit points and add traffic signals.
Early phases will close the southern portion of Carmack 2 and Carmack 3 while improvements are made ( see map for full project details ). Access to west campus parking and CABS service will remain available. Commuters can expect to see construction equipment...
On Wednesday (5/17) and Tuesday (5/30), beginning at 8 a.m. and continuing through 5 p.m., a section of eastbound Lane Ave. between Neil Ave. and High St. will be reduced to one lane for a crane lift to Taylor Tower. One eastbound lane will be maintained. The sidewalk on the south side of Lane Ave. and some surrounding secondary sidewalks will be closed. Detour signage will be in place for pedestrians. Emergency access, ADA parking, and the service drives to the Taylor Service Court and Jones Service Court will be maintained.
On Monday (5/15), beginning at noon and continuing through approximately 2:30 p.m., Medical Center Drive will be reduced to one lane near Prior Hall for a crane lift. The area will be coned and taped, and workers will be onsite to assist with any ADA special needs. The west entrance of Prior Hall will remain accessible.
In conjunction with Framework 2.0, the university continues to invest in improvements to support transportation and parking changes related to the upcoming relocation of Cannon Drive. Please watch this educational video for a 3-minute overview of upcoming changes. You can also view a pair of maps providing an overview of future CABS routes.
On May 10, beginning at 7 a.m. and continuing through 5 p.m., Neil Avenue between 11th Avenue and 12th Avenue will be restricted to northbound traffic only for a crane lift at Oxley Hall. The east sidewalk will be closed, and pedestrians will be directed to use the west sidewalk. CABS reroutes .
Beginning on May 8 and continuing through June 16, Neil Avenue between Thompson Library and 12th Avenue will be closed for utility work. Pedestrians will be directed to use the east sidewalk. Emegency vehicles can access the area via the north gate.