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Bizzell St. Repairs

6/29/2016

(Posted 6/23/2016, Last Updated 6/23/2016)
TRAFFIC ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lots 6, 19, 21, 22, 54 and CCG

SCOPE OF PROJECT:

TRAFFIC ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lot 6, 19, 21, 22, 54 and CCG
WHEN: June 29 through July 15
PROJECT: Bizzell St. Repairs

Transportation Services has been notified that contractors will be repairing a section of Bizzell St. which will block access to E. Lamar from Wednesday, June 29 through Friday, July 15.  All traffic in the area will detour via Lubbock to Spence St. (see attached map).  Please use caution when accessing this area of campus.

http://transport.tamu.edu/ViewDoc.aspx?FileID=377&PageID=Construction

Your patience and understanding is appreciated as improvements are made to our campus community.

Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services



ALTERNATE ROUTE:


MAP

Corps Dorm Phase 2

5/16/2016

(Posted 5/9/2016)
PARKING ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lots 26 and 40a

SCOPE OF PROJECT:

The Corps Dorms Phase 2 renovation will require the closure of Lots 26 and 40a for approximately one year beginning May 16, 2016.  Lot 26 and 40 permit holders can park in available sections of Lot 40. Please note, Lot 26 permits must be displayed while parked in this lot.

Lot 26 Permit Holders: To retain your Lot 26 permit beyond this construction project, register to renew your Lot 26 permits by July 6 but continue parking in Lot 40 during the 2016 -17 permit year.
We appreciate your patience and understanding during this large renovation project.
Sincerely,


Texas A&M University
Transportation Services



Lot 16/54 Renovation

4/11/2016

(Posted 4/6/2016, Last Updated 4/6/2016)
PARKING & TRAFFIC ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lots 16/54 adjacent to J.K. Williams Building

SCOPE OF PROJECT:

The renovation of Lots 16 and 54 and the adjacent sections of the Ross/Bizzell intersection and sidewalks are scheduled to begin soon. This project will align the intersections on Bizzell and Ross Streets with the access to the parking lot to improve vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian access and safety in this area of campus.

Phase 1 – April 11 – 17
During this phase the right turn lane on Bizzell will close. All traffic, including right turns, will be made from the left lane.

http://transport.tamu.edu/ViewDoc.aspx?FileID=370&PageID=Construction

Phase 2 – April 18 – 24
During this phase the left lane of westbound Bizzell will be closed. All traffic will flow from the right lane.

http://transport.tamu.edu/ViewDoc.aspx?FileID=371&PageID=Construction

Phase 3 – April 25 – May 8
During this phase, west bound Ross Street will be closed to all through traffic. All traffic westbound on Bizzell, will be forced to turn right. Additionally, there will be no right turns from Bizzell onto Ross Street allowed during this phase. Lot 16/54 permit holders will access their lot via Ross or Spence Streets. As an added convenience, we will raise the gates in the area during this phase of the project.

http://transport.tamu.edu/ViewDoc.aspx?FileID=372&PageID=Construction

Phase 4 a&b – May 9 – Mid-August
During Phase 4a and b, road work will be done on the eastbound side of Bizzell. On May 16, Lots 16 and 54 will be closed to all parking and the renovation of the lot will begin.
http://transport.tamu.edu/ViewDoc.aspx?FileID=373&PageID=Construction



ALTERNATE ROUTE:

Please drive with caution in this area of campus. We will be contacting Lot 16 and 54 customers soon with your temporary parking assignments.


We appreciate your patience and understanding as we undertake this large renovation.
Sincerely,


Texas A&M University
Transportation Services


PHASE 1 MAP
PHASE 2 MAP
PHASE 3 MAP
PHASE 4 MAP

Rehabilitation of Lots 16 and 54

5/27/2016

(Posted 3/9/2016)
PARKING ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lots 16 and 54

SCOPE OF PROJECT:

Howdy,

We are continuing with our multi-year lot renovation plan and are pleased to inform you that Lots 16 and 54 and the adjacent sections of Ross Street and sidewalks are scheduled for rehabilitation this summer. These renovations will include resurfacing, restriping and upgraded lighting. Beginning late spring, the project will also align the intersections on Bizzell and Ross Streets with the access to the parking lot to improve vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian access and safety in this area of campus. It is estimated this project will cost approximately $1.2 million and will take at least 90 days to complete.  The exact dates of this project are still being defined and will be included in our next update about this project. The work includes all sections of the lot and is scheduled at a time when the campus population is at a minimum to limit the impact on customers.

Parking during construction for customers with permits for Lot 16 or 54 will be provided in Central Campus Garage, Southside Garage or Lot 50. We plan to temporarily move Business spaces from Lot 54 to Lot 55.

Please share this information with your colleagues to ensure that everyone is aware of this upcoming project.
We appreciate your patience and understanding during this large renovation.

Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services



Change in Parking to Ball St. Lots Effective March 5th

3/5/2016

(Posted 2/11/2016)
PARKING ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Ball Street Parking Lots 3, 4 and 5

SCOPE OF PROJECT:

MEMORANDUM

TO:  Gardens Apartment Residents and Customers with Lot 99 Permits

Subject: Change in Parking to Ball St. Lots Effective March 5th

We are writing to make you aware of changes affecting parking near Lot 99.  Beginning March 5, 2016 Ball St. Lots 3, 4 and 5 will be closing as part of the construction of the Century Square project. 

With the reduction in parking spaces and our commitment to meeting the demand from residents, Lot 99 will be available for purchase by Gardens residents and university employees only.  The sections of the lot nearest the Gardens facilities, 99a, 99b and Moore Ave. will continue to be restricted to Lot 99 permits only.

W-X row and Ball St. Lots 1 and 2 will continue to operate as “Any Valid Permit” lots.  This will enable residents who have permits for other areas of campus to continue parking.



College of Veterinary Medicine Education Complex Construction

12/23/2015

(Posted 12/8/2015)
TRAFFIC ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lot 13

SCOPE OF PROJECT:

Beginning December 23, 2015, the College of Veterinary Medicine Education Complex will begin construction of the new boulevard. This will require a change in the way Lot 13 customers access their lot.  From December 23, 2015 through August 2016, access to Lot 13 will be via Agronomy Road to Turk Road through the gate located on Seed Lab Road.   The gate is closed 24 hours a day, but opens upon approach and no assigned access is required.

Updates will be sent as they become available.

Please see the map linked below.

We appreciate your patience and understanding.

Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services 


MAP

Lot 39 Closing

11/15/2015

(Posted 10/5/2015)
PARKING ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lot 39, Cain Hall

SCOPE OF PROJECT:

Due to construction Lot 39, located adjacent to Cain Hall, is expected to close approximately November 15. We understand the spaces on Gene Stallings Boulevard, spaces 3916-3925, may remain open beyond November 15.

Customers IN Cain Hall:
We are in close communication with Student Affairs and plans are already underway for moving all parties out of Cain Hall to other buildings and other parking lots or garages.

Customers NOT IN Cain Hall:
For customers with permits for Lot 39 who work SOMEWHERE OTHER THAN CAIN HALL, a survey will be sent in mid-October asking where you would like to park once the lot closes. You may continue parking in Lot 39 until the project requires its closure. Assignments to new parking areas will be made in months of service order. Requests from employees with the highest months of service will be fulfilled first. As per University policy, since your lot is closing, you will be given priority over other people currently on waiting lists.

It is our goal to make this transition as smooth and convenient as possible for you. To this end, we plan to reach your departmental parking representative to request assistance with your permit exchange during the week before the closure.

There may be projects in or near the lot before this date requiring spaces within the lot to be blocked off to accommodate the work. We will provide updates as we receive them.

Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services