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Lot 15 Parking Lot Repair

8/18/2018

(Posted 8/16/2018)
PARKING ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lot 15, spaces 15117 – 15123 and 15142 - 15148

SCOPE OF PROJECT:
Transportation Services has been notified of repairs which need to be made to prevent future pooling of water in the south end of Lot 15, affecting spaces 15120 – 15145. The work will begin Saturday, August 18 through Friday, August 24.


ALTERNATE PARKING:

Spaces 15117 – 15123 and 15142 – 15148 will not available while the repairs are completed. These permit holders should park in Lot 55 while displaying their Lot 15 permit for the duration of the project. Affected departmental spaces will be contacted individually and issued placards for use in Lot 55.

Your patience and understanding is greatly appreciated.

Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services



Funeral Service for Reveille VIII

8/30/2018

(Posted 8/15/2018, Last Updated 8/15/2018)
TRAFFIC ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Joe Routt Blvd.

SCOPE OF PROJECT:

Joe Routt Blvd. will be closed from west of Stallings Blvd. and to Houston St. from 8am to 11am, Thursday, Aug. 30. The closure is in support of funeral services for Reveille VIII being held on The Zone Plaza at Kyle Field starting at 8:30am.  Entry and egress from 8am to 11am for Cain Garage will be via Old Main and Stallings Blvd. only.  See linked map below.

http://transport.tamu.edu/ViewDoc.aspx?FileID=1432&PageID=Construction
                                    
We appreciate your patience and understanding.

Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services


MAP

Lot 12, Entrance Closure

7/26/2018

(Posted 7/26/2018)
PARKING ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lot 12

SCOPE OF PROJECT:

Due to the improvements being made to Raymond Stotzer, the entrance to Lot 12 will permanently close effective Monday, July 30. The bollards will be removed between Lots 38 and 12 and permit holders will access their lot via Lot 38.


Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services



MSC Streets Renovation

6/1/2018

(Posted 6/1/2018, Last Updated 6/1/2018)
TRAFFIC ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Joe Routt/Stallings/Lamar Streets

SCOPE OF PROJECT:

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.

• Construction in the area will cause continued traffic congestion and travel delays on Joe Routt Blvd, Gene Stallings Blvd, and West Lamar St.
• Delays can be expected while traveling to/from the MSC, Cain Garage and other parts of campus;
• Bus Routes may experience long-term travel-time delays due to traffic congestion;
• Entry/Exit to Cain Garage will require additional time due to traffic congestion.


Phase 2 and 2b
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).

http://transport.tamu.edu/ViewDoc.aspx?FileID=1427&PageID=Construction



ALTERNATE ROUTE:

Phase 2a
July 23 - 30
During this phase, access the gate leading to Joe Routt Blvd will resume normal (pre-construction) operation.  Customer should, continue to anticipate delays.  (see linked map)

http://transport.tamu.edu/ViewDoc.aspx?FileID=1427&PageID=Construction

Phase 3
June 25 – August 23
During this phase, a large section of Stallings Blvd. will remained closed for repairs. (see linked map)

http://transport.tamu.edu/ViewDoc.aspx?FileID=1427&PageID=Construction

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.
To learn more about the improvements this rehabilitation project will bring to campus, visit the  MSC Streets Renovation Project Updates and Frequently Asked Questions, which are available for review at http://transport.tamu.edu/mscstreets .   
Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services

We appreciate your patience and understanding while improvements are made to our campus and community.

Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services


MAP PHASES 2 AND 3