ADA Compliance Changes
December 19 | Office of Communications
Public Safety has increased enforcement to support drop off/pick up areas, fines will increase in January for parking in handicap spots, and more spaces have been added for handicapped placard parking.
Two-Way Traffic Pattern in Effect
December 01 | Office of Communications
Motorists, pedestrians should exercise caution as new traffic pattern takes effect at 5:30 p.m. on December 1.
Lichtenstein Sculpture Moved Off Campus
November 12 | Office of Communications
Roy Lichtenstein’s Brushstroke Group, the sculpture which has greeted visitors to UMass Boston’s Campus Center since 2007, was moved from campus on Wednesday to be refurbished.
Two-way Traffic Preparation Underway
October 31 | Office of Communications
Starting Tuesday, November 4, the Quinn Roadway, the road that goes between the Integrated Sciences Complex and the Joseph P. Healey Library, will only be open to authorized/emergency vehicles.
Lots A and C to Close; Bianculli Road Work to Begin
September 18 | Office of Communications
Beginning at 11 p.m. on Tuesday, September 23, parking lots A and C will close permanently to enable the Utility Corridor and Roadway Relocation project to move forward.
Construction Milestones, Challenges this Fall
August 28 | Office of Communications
Although there will be much progress to celebrate in the coming months, the fall semester will also bring significant challenges as the work to enhance the UMass Boston campus with new facilities that will make it an even better place to learn, teach, and work continues.
South Parking Lot to Close
August 22 | Office of Communications
The South Parking Lot will be closed permanently at 11 p.m. on Friday, August 29 to serve as a staging area for the next phase of construction on the Utility Corridor and Roadway Relocation (UCRR) project.
Pile Driving Scheduled for Construction of Connector between Campus Center, GAB No. 1
August 14 | Office of Communications
Next week crews will install six steel piles to support the foundation of a new ground-level connector between the Campus Center and the future General Academic Building No. 1.
HarborWalk Work to Start Monday
July 24 | Office of Communications
The construction phase of the HarborWalk Improvements and Shoreline Stabilization project is expected to begin on Monday, July 28. During construction, which is expected to last several months, the HarborWalk will be rerouted via a detour through campus.
HarborWalk Pedestrian Detour Construction Begins
July 10 | Office of Communications
A new detour route for users of the HarborWalk is being constructed through the campus as a temporary replacement for the HarborWalk, which will be under construction for several months beginning this summer.