AREA AFFECTED: Lots 18, 73, 86, 98, 114 and 122
SCOPE OF PROJECT:
Phase 3 in the renovation of Adriance Lab Road is scheduled to begin Monday, Sept. 11 and be completed within three weeks. Most of the traffic control devices in Lot 98 will be removed, and Route 03 (Yell Practice) will switch back to the eastbound direction on West Campus. When phase 3 is complete, the contractor will reset the current drive aisle through lot 98 to complete the project.Phase 3 MapWe 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.aspxAs 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 UniversityTransportation Services
AREA AFFECTED: Lots 48, 59, 60, 69, UCG, WCG and Cain
SCOPE OF PROJECT:
On Friday, Sept 22, The Association of Former Students will be distributing Aggie rings. Expect delays on Houston Street as a result.
Event parking with a Ring Day shuttle will be available Friday, Sept 22, at West Campus Garage in an effort to help manage visitor traffic around University Center Garage. Significant congestion and delays due to increased vehicular and pedestrian traffic are expected between University Center Garage and the Williams Alumni Center. West Campus and Cain Garages are also expected to be busier than usual this Friday.
Transportation Services staff will be working the entrances to Lots 48, 59, 60 and 69 during this time to safeguard lots for permits holders. We encourage customers with permits for University Center Garage to use Throckmorton Street and to allow extra time if planning to leave and return to the facility during the day, such as during the lunch hour. Please use caution and watch for pedestrians in the area.
We appreciate your patience and understanding.
Sincerely,Texas A&M UniversityTransportation Services