Phase 2 of this project is scheduled to begin June 18 and Phase 3 will continue until August 23.
Transportation Services would like for you to make note of the following and plan ahead when traveling in the impacted areas surrounding the MSC for Phases 2 and 3.
June 18–July 16
During this phase of the project, access to Cain Garage will be via Joe Routt Blvd.
During this time there will be no access to the gate leading to Joe Routt Blvd for eastbound travel to Houston St. Customers should expect delays and use caution (see linked map).
During this phase, access the gate leading to Joe Routt Blvd will resume normal (pre-construction) operation.
Customers should continue to anticipate delays.
June 25–August 23
During this phase, a large section of Stallings Blvd. will remained closed for repairs.
Phase 2 and 3 map
We understand the congestion this construction project is causing and we are working to keep you informed throughout this process.
Please understand the project is a complete overhaul of the area and it is not feasible to complete the two-year project only when class is not in session.
The project will produce smoother streets and much better conditions for pedestrians, bicycles and motorists.
We appreciate your patience during this large road rehabilitation and as long-term improvements are made to our campus.
Details about phases 3 and 4 will be posted as they become available.
Yes, Cain Garage access will be maintained during all phases of construction. For specific access, please see the maps.
Route 01 (Bonfire) will be rerouted due to the closure of Joe Routt. Further details are still being worked out at this time. We will post updates when available.
Deliveries to the MSC Loading dock will be allowed at all times during the project for authorized vehicles only. Please see the maps as entrance to the area will vary during construction.
Please contact our Special Events office at 979.862.7943.
Cain Garage permit holders will have access to the garage during all phases of construction. Please see the phasing maps as entrance and exit points will vary during construction.
The project is a complete overhaul of the area and the timeline needed cannot fit into summer.