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Adriance Lab Road Renovation Phase 1

6/7/2017

(Posted 6/5/2017, Last Updated 6/8/2017)
PARKING AND TRAFFIC ADVISORY (UPDATE)
AREA AFFECTED: Lots 18, 73, 86, 98, 114 and 122

SCOPE OF PROJECT:

Transportation Services has been notified that the renovation of Adriance Lab Road Phase 1 will begin Saturday, June 10.  Completion of this phase is scheduled for Sept. 2017. During this phase Adriance Lab Road will be closed and all access to parking lots in the area will be via West Campus Blvd. (see linked map for route information).  Additionally, during this phase, Lot 116 permits will be honored in Lot 18.  To date, Transportation Services has prepared drive lanes between Lots 73 and 18 and an additional access point to the west end of Lot 114. This will help traffic flow during certain phases of the project.

http://transport.tamu.edu/ViewDoc.aspx?FileID=406&PageID=Construction

We have developed a Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page regarding the project. Please review available information to become familiar with the project. This page will be updated as changes in the project occur and as new information becomes available.

http://transport.tamu.edu/About/faqadriance.aspx

As the project progresses, Transportation Services will email permit holders of parking lots and traffic paths that will be impacted by the project.

We appreciate your patience during this large road rehabilitation.

Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services


MAP PHASE 1

Lewis St. Thermal Utilities

5/15/2017

(Posted 5/3/2017, Last Updated 5/3/2017)
PARKING AND TRAFFIC ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lewis Street and Lots 8, 34 and 40

SCOPE OF PROJECT:

PARKING AND TRAFFIC ADVISORY
AREA AFFECTED: Lewis Street and Lots 8, 34 and 40
WHEN: May 15 – August 4
PROJECT: Lewis St. Thermal Utilities
                          
SCOPE OF PROJECT:
Utility and Energy Services will be installing thermal lines along Lewis Street in conjunction with the Corps Dorm Renovation project beginning May 15 through August 4. The project will be done in three phases as detailed below:

Phase 1
May 15 - June 15
The easternmost section of Lewis St. will be closed including the entrance to Lot 40. All permit holders will access Lot 40 via George Bush Drive. Temporary 2-way traffic will be established on a portion of the north side of Lewis St. Access to Lot 8 will remain via Lewis St..
http://transport.tamu.edu/ViewDoc.aspx?FileID=400&PageID=Construction

Phase 2
June 15 – August 4
The westernmost section of Lewis St. will be closed including the entrance to Lot 8. During this phase, Lot 8 permit holders will park in Lot 40 while displaying their Lot 8 permit. All permit holders will access Lot 40 via George Bush Drive.  Temporary 2-way traffic will be established on a portion of the north side of Lewis St.
http://transport.tamu.edu/ViewDoc.aspx?FileID=401&PageID=Construction

Phase 3
July 1 – July 15
During this time, westbound Lewis St. at Bizzell will be closed. Temporary 2-way traffic will be established on sections of Lewis St to facilitate traffic flow.
http://transport.tamu.edu/ViewDoc.aspx?FileID=402&PageID=Construction
                                      
Your patience and understanding is appreciated.
 
Sincerely,
Texas A&M University
Transportation Services



ALTERNATE ROUTE:


PAHSE 1 MAP
PHASE 2 MAP
PHASE 3 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