Access Near Campus Center Garage Changes

Office of Communications | October 20, 2017
Pedestrians coming from the Clark Athletic Center can no longer walk through the Beacons Lot to access the Campus Center and University Hall. All Admissions spaces have been relocated to the Campus Center garage.

Pedestrians coming from the Clark Athletic Center can no longer walk through the Beacons Lot to access the Campus Center and University Hall. All Admissions spaces have been relocated to the Campus Center garage.
Image by: Harry Brett

Utility work along the roadway that leads to the Campus Center garage and loading dock will continue to impact access for pedestrians, cyclists, and those using it as a pick-up and drop-off area through the winter.

While there will be continued access to the garage and loading dock throughout construction, a police officer will monitor and turn away any drivers looking to pick up or drop off in the Campus Center loading dock area, pictured below.

Campus Center Garage entrance

Ridesharing services and all other drivers should instead use the pick-up and drop-off area at the Integrated Sciences Complex. The Google pin address is “Quinn Roadway.”

As construction advances, utility trenches will shift and alternate pathways for pedestrians will be established. All open trenches will be plated over on weekends and late afternoons and evenings.

Pedestrians coming from the Clark Athletic Center can no longer walk through the Beacons Lot to access the Campus Center and University Hall. The lower level entrance to the Science Center remains open for pedestrians or those using HP spaces in the Beacons Lot. All Admissions spaces have been relocated to the Campus Center garage, along with many HP spaces.

A new temporary pedestrian walkway has been installed around the exterior of the copper-clad Recital Hall at University Hall. This walkway connects to the roadway between the archives building and University Hall and is best used to access the sidewalk to Lot D and the Peninsula and Harbor Point apartments.

Cyclists are encouraged to use the new bike racks in the University Hall courtyard area and enter through University Hall or the connector to access the Campus Center. New bike racks have also been installed outside the admissions door at the Campus Center, closer to Wheatley Hall.

Tags: construction , garage , pedestrian access , pedestrian changes

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