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College of Veterinary Medicine Education Complex Construction

12/1/2014

(Posted 11/21/2014)
PARKING ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lots 45 and 75

SCOPE OF PROJECT:

Beginning December 1, 2014, the College of Veterinary Medicine Education Complex construction will require a detour for a 3 week period.  During this time access to Lots 45 and 75 will be via Agronomy Road to Turk Road through the gate located on Seed Lab Road.  Please see the map linked below.  Arrangements have been made to keep the gate open during peak commuting hours. Updates will be sent as they become available.

MAP: http://transport.tamu.edu/ViewDoc.aspx?FileID=302&PageID=Construction
                                           
We appreciate your patience and understanding.

Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services         



Lot 62 Closure

11/13/2014

(Posted 11/13/2014)
PARKING ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lot 62

SCOPE OF PROJECT:

Due to the Kyle Field Renovation, Lot 62 will be closing November 26, 2014.  Once closed, Lot 62 permits will be valid in West Campus Garage (WCG) or in the Any Valid permit lots located on campus: http://transportmap.tamu.edu/parkingmap/tsmap.htm?map=avp. No permit exchange is required.

To park in WCG, simply swipe your Lot 62 permit or Aggie ID at the gates for access in and out of the garage. You may park in any available, plainly marked space on any level. For the safety of all garage parkers, the speed limit in all garages is 10 mph, and the traffic flow is designated as one-way. Automobiles must be parked within the boundaries of the authorized parking space and parked head-in.

We appreciate your patience and understanding.

Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services



College of Veterinary Medicine Education Complex Construction

10/15/2014

(Posted 10/7/2014, Last Updated 10/7/2014)
TRAFFIC ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lots 45 and 75

SCOPE OF PROJECT:

Beginning October 15, 2014, the College of Veterinary Medicine Education Complex construction will require the closure of the existing drive lane you use to access your lot.  Entry will be the service lane between Lot 24 and the west end of the Veterinary Large Animal Hospital.  Please see the map linked below.

MAP: http://transport.tamu.edu/ViewDoc.aspx?FileID=301&PageID=Construction



ALTERNATE ROUTE:

This construction will also require an additional detour for a 3 week period in November.  During this time access to Lots 45 and 75 will be via Turk Road through the gate located on Seed Lab Road.  Please see the map linked below.  Arrangements have been made to keep the gate open during peak commuting hours. Updates will be sent as they become available.

MAP: http://transport.tamu.edu/ViewDoc.aspx?FileID=302&PageID=Construction
                                           
We appreciate your patience and understanding.
Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services     



College of Veterinary Medicine Education Complex Construction

10/15/2014

(Posted 10/7/2014, Last Updated 10/7/2014)
PARKING ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lot 24

SCOPE OF PROJECT:
Beginning October 15, 2014, the northern section of Lot 24 will close as the College of Veterinary Medicine Education Complex construction gets under way. Please see the map linked below.


ALTERNATE PARKING:

Customers with Lot 24 permits may park in the unaffected area of the lot or in Lot 25, adjacent to the TIGM Building while displaying their Lot 24 permits.
                                           
We appreciate your patience and understanding.

Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services         


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Lot 62 Kyle Field Renovation Phase 2

2/10/2014

(Posted 12/10/2013)
PARKING ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lot 62

SCOPE OF PROJECT:
Due to the Kyle Field Renovation sections of Lot 62 will be closed in 2 phases.


•   Phase 2 will begin on February 10, 2014 and will close additional spaces in the southern portion of the lot as indicated on the attached map.
Please see the attached map for Lot 62 Phase 2 closure area:
   

All pedestrian paths will be maintained. Please use caution when navigating the construction area. This February closure consumes approximately half of Lot 62. We stopped selling permits in Lot 62 once we learned the project would require this closure 9 months ahead of schedule; however, if there is not enough attrition in the lot to satisfy all current customers, a permit recall may be required. It is never our intent to recall permits, but at times construction projects necessitate it. After December graduates turn in their permits over the semester break we will give you an update about the number of permits that may be recalled. If it is determined permits must be recalled, the last customers who purchased permits would be the ones affected.

We appreciate your understanding.

Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services

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Lot 62 Kyle Field Renovation Phase 1

12/16/2013

(Posted 12/10/2013)
PARKING ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lot 62

SCOPE OF PROJECT:
Due to the Kyle Field Renovation sections of Lot 62 will be closed in 2 phases.

•   Phase 1 will begin on December 16, 2013 and will close spaces in the southern portion of the lot as indicated on the attached map.
Please see the attached map for Lot 62 Phase 1 closure area:


All pedestrian paths will be maintained. Please use caution when navigating the construction area. This February closure consumes approximately half of Lot 62. We stopped selling permits in Lot 62 once we learned the project would require this closure 9 months ahead of schedule; however, if there is not enough attrition in the lot to satisfy all current customers, a permit recall may be required. It is never our intent to recall permits, but at times construction projects necessitate it. After December graduates turn in their permits over the semester break we will give you an update about the number of permits that may be recalled. If it is determined permits must be recalled, the last customers who purchased permits would be the ones affected.

We appreciate your understanding.

Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services

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