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Construction impacts

Pedestrian Detour, west sidewalk Elm Drive
Oct. 4, 2022

Pedestrians will be detoured around a short section of Elm Drive west sidewalk, by Fisher Hall, from October 6 to February 28. Traffic will be controlled by flaggers. Please follow detour signs, do not walk in the road, and use caution when in the area.  Thank you for your cooperation.

Installing new pathways, Sept 28 - Oct 26
Sept. 27, 2022

Facilities will impact three neighborhoods (Nassau, Museum and Ivy Lane) as it installs new pathways in three locations to improve pedestrian traffic flow. The Edwards Hall parking lot will be unavailable while it is used as the project laydown area. Please use caution when in the area and follow detour signs. You can expect to hear noise,…

Building Entrance closed, NW Guyot, Sept 28 - Nov 11
Sept. 27, 2022

Guyot's northwest entrance/exit needs to close from September 28 - November 11 due to continued work on the Steam to Hot Water Conversion Project. Please follow detour signs and use caution when in the area.


 

Where can I park?

Parking permits for faculty, staff, students, and permitted affiliates will automatically be valid for any parking facility in your assigned zone or lot.

You can view your active parking permit by logging into your MyTransportation account using your University credentials.

Check parking occupancy

Real-time occupancy sensors have been installed in select campus parking facilities.

Theater Drive (formerly West) Garage

Propspect Avenue (formerly North) Garage

Green Zone

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Consider your commute options

Less than 2 miles away

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2-5 miles away

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  • Public Transit
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5+ miles away

  • Public Transit
  • Carpool
  • Vanpool
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